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Whitpuss Like Pouches Under My Tounge By My Throught
Reaction: Sometimes foods can cause a reaction (allergic or irritation), especially foods with a lot of Vit. C (like kiwi). Try diphenhydramine and see if it helps. Tf not see your doc or dentist. If you start to have swelling of your tongue or lips or shortness of breath, go to an ER. Otherwise, don't eat kiwi! ...Read more
From 4 days I'm feeling like something stuck behind tounge bt no pain. Feeling only wen I think of it otherwise nothing. Wht is it.??
I swere my tounge has gotten shorter when I was younger it reached further down now it's like I have no tounge. Is there something wrong with me or it?
Shrinking tongue: I have never heard of a shrinking tongue. I would guess the other parts of your head have gotten bigger as you grew thereby giving you a shorter tongue by comparison. Ah, childhood memories. My family jokes with me about how big I remember by cocker spaniel dog was when I was 5 years old.... Almost as big as clifford. ...Read more
Perhaps: Perhaps you did. Without actually seeing you, we would have no way to know. If that's what happened, it will resolve on its own rather quickly. If it persists or you want to confirm your own diagnosis, then you will have to see your own dentist. Feel better. ...Read more
Depends: Age? Recent illness? Fever? Trauma to mouth? Medications? All of these can play into ulcers in the mouth. If a child, viral illness can be the cause, ie, herpes, adenoviruses, etc. Trauma with toothbrush and others can do this. Vitamin deficiency can sometime be a culprit. Usually treat with warm salt water rinses, avoid toothpast with sodium laurel sulfate and observe. See pcp/dentist. ...Read more
Is it sudden? Are you drooling, having difficulty speaking or swallowing? Could be allergic reaction to food or other material, take a benedryl (if not allergic to it) and seek medical attention immediately in ER.
Long term thickening can be due to acromegaly, thyroid disease, amylodosis. See a doctor ...Read more
Inhaler: The inhaler medication is usually a steroid that is collecting on your tongue. A neutralizing tube used on the end of the inhaler allows the mist to slow down and therefor is inhaled into lungs instead of being blasted on the surface of your tongue. If you are noticing this on your tongue then the medication is not reaching the lungs. ...Read more
Ulceration: Usually an oral herpes will form a painless or a slightly painful blister in the mouth before it ruptured and became a painful ulceration. And usually it takes a week or so to heal up. If you have unhealed ulceration on your tongue for more than 3 weeks, please consult with your dentist or an oral surgeon for further evaluation. ...Read more
Smooth wet colorful: The tissues of the floor of the mouth include glands/ducts, nerves, blood vessels and connective tissue with smooth cover of mucosa. The blood vessels are superficial, so purplish/blue is common. Fins of tissue (plica) are like ribbons near the ducts of the saliva glands. An oral anatomy textbook at your library can give great photos. ...Read more
Can't: This is genetic and cannot be changed... Sorry.. ...Read more
Tongue Pain: Tongue pain can be caused by trauma (sharp food - like a chip or fishbone), ulcer from infection or tumor, burn, etc... Examination of the tongue should give you a good idea of the cause. Is there a cut, ulcer, or object seen? Feeling the tongue can give you an idea of a mass that is under the surface. Persistant symptoms or a mass/ulcer warrant an eval with your doctor. Hope this helps! ...Read more
Burning Tongue Synd.: Could be herpetic viral syndrome or burning tongue/mouth syndrome. The latter manifests itself as a burning sensation of the tongue, lips, gums and is thought to result from disrupted sensory nerves to the area, or as a sequelae to host of other things: trauma, hormone changes, dry mouth, meds, etc. Check this link: http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/burning-mouth-syndrome/ds00462/dsection=causes. ...Read more
Normal: There are normally bumps on the back of your tongue called papilla. Don't worry about them. ...Read more
This is what my blue tongue looks like. I woke up at 12:30 a.M. This morning it was not blue. Woke up at 5:30 it was blue.
Blue Tongue?: Have your dentist or physician look at your tongue when it 'is blue' so someone can figure out why (if you can't). We can't diagnose these things over the internet. ...Read more
I feel like there's something stuck under my tounge could this be my anxiety it makes me. Anxious bad. But I don't know if this is normal?
See a dentist: Sometimes your skin under the tongue can be overgrown (called your frenum) and can cause your tongue to feel strange and/or make it less movable than it should be. Check with your dentist to make sure there is nothing to be concerned about. If it is the frenum, it can be clipped in a very non invasive procedure. ...Read more
I feel like there's something under my tounge I have a toot access took clindmaycinn now on amoxcillin could I have ludgwins agnia? Please help
Tongue is bigger than most. Frequently bite and scrape the tip. Noticed that it looked like my buds were pulled out and can be moved. Only at tip?
See details: Then see an ENT specialist or oral surgeon and have the tongue evaluated. ...Read more
I've noticed for a few years now I slur my words sometimes like if my tongue is stuck and it's starting to happen more often. Do I have an issue?
May be: Unlikely to be anything serious at your age and the duration of "few years" without any other issue is reassuring however see a neurologist just to be sure ...Read more
This clear small bubble under my tounge appeared and it was gone like in 15 minutes this was the first time it ever happened to me should I be worried?
The name says it all: As its name implies, hairy tongue looks like, well. Hair on the tongue. It represents a delayed loss of surface cells, resulting in a lengthening of the numerous "filliform papillae" on the upper tongue surface. The color may vary from yellow-white to black. For more info, see: http://www. Aaom. Com/patients/hairy-tongue/. ...Read more
See a dentist: See a dentist who can actually examine you to determine what it is. We can't do that over the internet. It may or may not be normal, and is best seen by a professional to determine that. ...Read more
Options: Which part of the tongue burns (i.e. Whole tongue, tip, back, only one side?) this could be related to cervical issues, metals in your crowns if they are new, tooth paste, chewing gum, etc... Many options, but start with anatomy, that is which nerve is involved. You may need a qualified physician to help you rule out causes. ...Read more
Tingly tongue: It is difficulty to say why your tongue is tingly, without having a look at it and asking some additional questions. These would include, smoking history, recent burn or cold injury or accidental bite, other medical problems, nutritional. You may wish to start with a visit to you primary doctor for a check-up. ...Read more
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