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What Causes The Feeling Of Swallowing Your Tongue
tongue swelling: Tongue swelling is a common feature in an allergic reaction. The release of histamine by allergy mediating cells known as mast cells can cause tongue and face swelling. Other causes include infection, trauma like biting your tongue, growth in the tongue, certain medications, autoimmune disease and a foreign body lodged in the tongue as well as acid reflux from the stomach. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Way under the back of my tongue aches and feels over stretched with tight throat muscles, what causes strained feeling under tongue making it hard to talk and swallow. Had normal emg.
See a Demtst and MD: From a dental standpoint, these symptoms are associated with several types of conditions which include life threatening infections to tmj. Best to have an exam by a dentist and physician for a more thorough exam before jumping to any conclusions. I would also recommend that you not put this off for long. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sore feeling under left side of tongue. No bumps or sores. Discomfort when swallowing. The less i move it the more uncomfortable it feels. What is it?
Infection/abscess : In that area the most common cause would be a stone in one if the salivary glands. If it swells, particularly when you eat, that's more evidence. Be aware that a severe infection, or abscess, can form (if its not there already) and swell enough to block your breathing. See an ENT doctor or go the emergency room if swelling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a red rash under my tongue and inside on my bottom lip.I have trouble eating and swallowing.Also a tingling feeling.I wanted to know what it is?
Can you accidentally swallow a piece of dust or hair? I always get a feeling that there is dust in the back of my throat or tongue.
Hello I have sinusitis and its hurts like mad so when it gets proper bad i panic and it causes me to think im going to swallow my tongue. Is anxiety?
The back right side of my tongue hurt randomly when I swallow. I can't see any swelling or anything. What could cause this. Should I see a doctor?
Visit a doctor: You must visit either your dentist or ENT. I recommend to start with the dentist as he can complete a oral cancer screening in the office and generally dentist are able to identify many illness. If you do not have a dentist picked out, don't wait please go to an ENT specialist ...Read more
These days, certain doctors and professors state that tongue thrusting can lead to undesirable facial bone remodelling in adults. I tongue thrusted very hard downwards five times When swallowing drink, will this have caused any downward growth?
One time event ?: If you did this one time only -- no chance of a problem. If it is a frequently recurring habit, then you might have a problem over time. Most likely you will not alter your facial bones as such, but rather your alveolar processes supporting your teeth resulting in tooth movement which will change your facial appearance. See the Orthodontist for help if this is a habit. Good Luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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