Sudden half side tongue swelling no allergies found.?

See allergist. who can help you sort out the cause and formulate a treatment plan especially when antihistamine failed. If you have any respiratory problem at all, rush to the ER immediately. You have not provided enough information for us to know if this may be from a drug reaction.

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Cause and cure for gross tongue swelling? What are allergies cause it. I heard from a doctor that farmers used to get it?

Stop the cause. There are several causes but narrowing it down depends on whether it is acute and then goes away or whether it persists for days, weeks, or months. Acute: food allergy, ace-inhibitor medication, other medication reactions. Persistent: amyloidosis, cancer, acromegaly, nutritional problems. Usually, you would know if a food caused it because it would swell as soon as it touched the tongue. Read more...

Hello. No allergies what so ever. I'm afraid of tongue swelling. Is this just fear? Never experienced swollen tongue, or allergic reactions to food!

Unrealistic fear. The tongue can become swollen but very rare. Is seen with ace inhibitors used to treat high blood pressure, hereditary angioneurotic edema, amyloidosis, tongue and floor of mouth infections usually originating from dental infection, and allergy. Read more...
Fear. Sounds like fear to me. If this is a real problem you should see an allergist for testing or a therapist to manage your anxiety. Read more...

I don't have food allergies, or other allergies. How likely is it that my tongue will swell? Afraid of tongue swelling. This fear came out of the blue.

Unlikely. Angioedema of the tongue is rare outside of allergic responses. A psychiatrist can help if you suffer from many irrational fears. Read more...
Very unlikely. Tongues do not swell without a cause and it sounds to me that you have no causative factors. This worry you have is therefore unfounded and if it continues you should consider some counseling to help dismiss this fear. Life is magnificent if you can allow yourself to see it! Read more...

What might cause tongue swelling at the time of menstruation each month? Not on any meds and have had allergy tests.

Consult an allergist. Tongue swelling can be a serious issue and the onset with menses is suggestive of a hormonal component . However it is only prudent for you to consult an allergist to get evaluated for other potential causes as well. Read more...

Can a tongue just start to swell? For no reason, and with no allergies? I have a fear of this. Fear of not breathing because of tongue swelling.

Tongue swelling. If it makes you feel any better, you may still be able to breathe if your tongue is swollen, but you may not be able to talk well. Tongue swelling usually can happen with a hereditary condition, but you will have many members of your family who have swelling of their skin or face. Read more...

If your afraid of food allergies, and tongue swelling, and have don't have allergies, and have never experienced swollen tongue. Is it a phobia then?

Food allergy. While many people have adverse reactions to foods, only about 2-3% of adults have true food allergies where tongue swelling may occur. Other symptoms that are more common than tongue swelling is mouth itching, mild lip swelling, hives and GI symptoms. It's important to enjoy food, if you experience symptoms an allergist can help identify if there is an allergy or not. Read more...

I have health anxiety. My fear is food allergy and tongue swelling because of the food I eat. I have no food allergy, or other allergies. Phobia?

Anxiety. Fear of food allergic reactions is a very real issue for patients dealing with food allergies. If a person has not had a food allergy, then this fear may be related to an underlying anxiety issue. Seeking assistance from a psychologist and/or psychiatrist will help. Read more...
Still? Again? Did you talk to your counselor yet? Fears are primarily irrational concerns about things that may or may not happen. It is impossible to predict if you will ever have an allergy or an injury or a syndrome that may validate your fears. I would seek a consultation with a therapist to help you understand and control the irrational thoughts. Worrying about it will not change any outcome. Read more...