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How to get rid of numbness on your tounge I have numbness on the tip of my tounge?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: Goes away by itself

Numbness on the tip of the tongue due to a canker sore or other ulcer, or due to tasting overly-hot food, should recover by itself.
If there is no obvious reason for the numbness, or if it doesn't recover by itself, a primary care doctor and an ENT doctor can evaluate to see what is going on.

In brief: Goes away by itself

Numbness on the tip of the tongue due to a canker sore or other ulcer, or due to tasting overly-hot food, should recover by itself.
If there is no obvious reason for the numbness, or if it doesn't recover by itself, a primary care doctor and an ENT doctor can evaluate to see what is going on.
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Dr. Thomas Marxen
Dentistry - Periodontics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Nothing

If it is a neurologic problem you can only wait.

In brief: Nothing

If it is a neurologic problem you can only wait.
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