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Why Would Your Tongue Feel Stiff
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
What does it mean when you always feel weak your not dehydrated and you feel real weak in your arms and is sometimes hard to lift them or grip things?
Side/stomach pain: There are a great many possibilities. Best to get a check up with your health care giver. ...Read more
What would cause your throat to bother i difficulty swallowing and also headachs jaw feelinv stiff and itching.
What does it mean when your legs feel weak, you can's really keep your balance and your footsteps feel heavy?
See doc.: With symptoms like this i think you should see your doc for evaluation. Wonder if there is some weakness or neurologic deficit of the lower extremities. ...Read more
Tongue feels thicker and talking sounds and feels different. Also feel the need to move my tongue repeatedly. Odd I know. Whst can cause this?
Side Effect to Med?: What you are describing sounds like side effects to medication. You should contact your doctor. Some medications can cause slurring of the speech. Antipsychotic medications can cause tardive dyskinesia which is a movement disorder often involving the tongue. It can be irreversible. See your doctor. ...Read more
Reflux: If this is a chronic feeling, the most common cause is acid reflux (coming up into your throat). The acid can cause some mild swelling of your voicebox which will feel like your throat is closing. If it it happens all of a sudden then it could be from something much more concerning and you should be seen. ...Read more
Can health anxiety make you feel like you have swollen glands in your neck when you don't? Or could it just be sore neck muscles?
Need expert advice. What illnesses cause you to feel tired, achy, and dizzy when raising your arms above your head?
Suclavian steal syn: Se your local vascular surgeon to rule out subclavian steal syndrome. You couild have several other vascular related problems associated with your symptoms. Good luck and let us know what your final diagnoses and treatment end up being? ...Read more
What would make my arms feel heavy.I feel like I have to have them hanging down all the time, but they still feel this way?
Arms: It may be a manifestation of something more serious, eg. Fatigue. Should be evaluated. ...Read more
Subclavian steal: Subclavian steal syndrome can cause a loss of blood flow to the brain when the arms are raised above the head. This can give rise to symptoms of central nervous system dysfunction as you described. In order to make the diagnosis you will have to have a vascular study with your arms in the provocative position. Good luck and well wishes. ...Read more
Membrane inflamed: Your nasal cavities are lined with mucosal membranes that can swell and give you a congested feeling. Typically caused by seasonal illness or allergies, there are non-prescription meds you can use to help the symptoms. If you aren't sick, allergy testing may help you understand the cause of the swelling. ...Read more
No idea ?: I have no idea why that might be. It would be best for you to see your dentist, have him\her examine you and try to solve that mystery for you. ...Read more
Painful breathing: There are many potential causes of back pain when breathing in. It can result simply from some sore back muscles that are aggravated during expansion of the chest with inspiration. It could also be the result of a lung process such as infection, pleurisy, or inflammation. Try some tylenol (acetaminophen) or Ibuprofen and stretches to the back. If the pain persists, you may want to see a doctor. ...Read more
When you've got a cold what causes your throat to feel like your getting strangled and all tight?
Inflammation: When you have a cold, there is often a lot of mucous from your nose that drains down the back of your throat. The near constant presence of this drainage can irritate the delicate tissues of your throat, causing pain, redness, and sometimes swelling. If you have this swelling, or inflammation of the throat, I imagine you could certainly feel like your throat is tight. ...Read more
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