What causes tongue cramps - Doctor answers
Been getting a sharp pain and sometime a cramp in my neck when I yawn or open my mouth wide what could cause this?
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Tongue spasms: Often gets better on its own and goes away. However, the cramp is not a disease, it is actually a symptom of another problem or condition. See your dentist or PCP for consultation. ...Read more
My Tongue cramped 1y ago for 2weeks. Neur. Tests and MRI was ok. Now, the symptom is back. It cramps sev. Times a day. No other symptoms. HELP!
Dystonia: Acute dystonic reactions involving the tongue can be brought on by certain medications. An evaluation of your medication is needed. There are medications used to treat this condition. I recommend a trial of benztropine (cogentin) or diphenhydramine (benadryl) or both. Klonopin (clonazepam) may also help. Need to also make sure your electrolytes are normal with blood test. Consider botulinum toxin if no better. ...Read more
Yesterday I woke up having sever cramps in my back muscles and I couldn't breath or move for 30 mints.& now am having granules in the ventral tongue?
Cramps woke me up, my whole abdomen was spasming and my lips and tongue were numb. What could be wrong and what should I do?
Neurological: Numbness indicates neurological problem. See a neurologist. ...Read more
I have been diagnosed with degenerative mixed sensory peripheral neuropathy. Is tongue pain/cramp a normal part of this disease's progression?
Possible: The pain is possible, the cramping is an unusual complaint for a tongue problem. However the the tongue has similar sensory nerves as other areas of your body and you could be having these symptoms because of your primary problem. ...Read more
Symptoms are nausea, vomiting, cramps, top of tongue is turning black, vomit has acid in it, stool is black?
May be G.I. Bleeding:
If you are taking any iron preparation, stop it.
If stools are still black, you need to see your doctor to investigate the problem. ...Read more
Symptoms are nausea, vomiting, cramps, top of tongue is turning black, vomit has acid in it and stool is black. What's wrong with me?
See MD: If stools are true jet black and not on medications, that may be indication upper GI tract bleeding. This needs md evaluation right away or go to er. ...Read more
My 12 year old son has been getting painful cramps in his hands and feet and occasionally his tongue. He has brittle asthma, nephrotic syndrome and is on a lot of medication, I've looked at the side effects but they do not mention cramps as one of them.
Tongue cramp down the left side of my tongue. Pain spreads into my jaw and throat and makes it hard to swallow. Normally comes on at night.
Tongue cramps: Muscle cramping is often a result of nutritional deficiency of potassium. This, on its own may be the problem but add to this heavy use of the muscle, possibly chewing gum, lots of talking, etc., can be the cause. First think about how you may be over using that muscle. Next, and only if you can tolerate this food, try a banana or two, like one am, and one pm. If condition persists, see your md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
On period have a metallic taste in mouth I have ensure coils I get this every period since getting them as well as extremely cramps is it the essure ?
I've been having pink spotting on and off for a week, a strange taste in my mouth and terrible cramps. I'm midway through my cycle. Pregnant?
I have been having nausea really bad where I can't eat I lost 8 pounds ready been very tired I've had a bad taste in my mouth like metal an small cramp?
I have been getting dull cramps in the bottom of my belly with head aches and a sickly taste in my mouth?
Acid Reflux?: You may be having symptoms of acid reflux. Common symptoms of acid reflux include chest discomfort, salty, bitter, brackish taste in the mouth, difficulty swallowing. Unfortunately, most patients will wait 1 to 3 years before seeing a doctor. Most patients will also take over-the-counter medications and do not seek medical help. About 36% of people in the United States have acid reflux. ...Read more