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But My Story Goes Like This... About 3 Nights Ago My Tongue Had The Feeling Of A Burnt Tongue Like From Hot Coffee Or Something, But I Didnt Burn It on Anything... I Thought It Would Go Away On Its Own...WRONG... It Seems To Hurt More As Time Passes... I Have No Red or White Bumps... No Swelling... Just Hurts When That Area Touches Anything... I Dont Understand It At All... Its Very Discomforting To Eat...Talk... Lick My Lips... Its Gettin On My Nerves... Please Point Me In The Right Direction.
But everything's fine and all besides the back of the right side of my tongue hurts so bad still, it hurts to swallow anything. I can't chew, and like under my jaw line hurts and I can just feel how swollen it is like it's kinda closed up a bit. I don't know why it's like this or if it'll go away. Should I go see a doctor?
Two very red raw spots in the middle near the tip of my tongue. At night while sleeping my tongue gets so dry it wakes me up. In the morning the problem is not as bad and I think today is the day it will go away.....Nope, as the day goes on it gets worse. Thank god for sugarless gum, that seems to be the best at making it better. I have been taking B-12 and as of last week using biotien tooth past and mouth wash. Both my Dentest and Dr have looked at it and neither seem worried about it..
Okay...this is not even mildly humourous anymore. When my tongue first started burning, I thought it was freezer burn from eating ice cream. Obviously, now that weeks more have passed, that's not the case. I kid not..my tongue stings all the time and it is so painful. I hate the litocain. It seems worse to not feel your mouth at all! I have 5 more weeks to go. Is there any chance this tongue thing will go away?
The couging has subsided, but there's still phelm in my throat. Yesterday I noticed that my tongue was coated in an yellowy/orange color!! I scraped it, and brushed it, but to no avail. Is this a common ailment? Anybody??? Thanks.
Hello, I recently decided to start flossing again, after not doing so for quite a while (~a year or so). So I flossed Friday night, and my upper teeth were kind of sore, particularly my left canine. The next day, all of the soreness had subsided except for my left canine, which didn't hurt, but felt really sensitive I guess would be the best word to describe it. If I press against it with my tongue, it aches a little and almost feels kind of loose, which seems odd.
So, last night we went looking at Christmas lights with our kids. We stopped at Starbucks and I got what I thought was a decaf Gingersnap Latte. About half way through it, I started to feel sick to my stomack and really skay. I guess the sugar content is really high and maybe some caffeine in there too??? Anyway, was sick to my stomach and just felt weird all night.
My father woke up this morning to find a black spot on the side of his tongue towards the back of his mouth. He says that it burns a little and hurts - but its not bumpy or anything. My father is pretty old school - so having him go to the doctors would require a SWAT team. any idea? could this be an infection?
I have the same problem, I was told to take a multi viatmin and complex B vitamin. By the end of the night it feels like the tip of my tongue has been burnt it hurts so much.
I don't know what the little piece of skin under the tongue is called that is sort of like connecting the tongue to the bottom of your mouth. Anyways it got torn last night and I was just wondering if that's a bad thing? It hurts a little but not as bad as last night. I am just asking because I don't know the function of it or if it's important at all. Any feedback would help alot!
so for the last few months i have been very stressed because my mouth is having some issues at night it gets very very dry my tongue looks pale sometimes and other times its fine when i wake up there are areas that are white that make up circles or just a blotchy area i can brush them off no blood at all and they are never in the same place on my upper lip i have tiny acne looking things in the center they dont get worse or better they are just there and sometimes my tongue feels irritated on m
About 4 days ago I noticed that i got little cuts on the corners of my lips and that there was a little white thing on it that looked like a pimple but it isnt, and the tip of my tongue reallyyy hurts like crazyy. I have noticed that there are little white bumps on it .. and i usually never have that. And im not sure if this has something to do with that but my tonsils also hurt like a mother. Its so hard to eat and drink and swallow because they feel like theres a knife stabbing them.
underneath my tongue where the lump is it kinda hurts iv heard it could be a saliva duct but im scared it could be cancer iv had it bout 5 days if sumone has similar symtoms please i need ur advice
Hi people, After a possible exposure nearly six months ago my symptoms persist and getting worse. Particularly mouth problems including sore tongue coated in white or yellow gunk every day, small reddish lumps at back of toungue, dry mouth at night, slimy lips and just general discomfort. This has been going since February!! The pain in my neck under jaw line has been persistent since december and it hurts to swallow now.
WILL NOT GO AWAY, MY TONGUE IS EVEN MORE SORE TODAY AND MY THROAT ALSO. I LOOKED UNDER MY TONGUE AND ON. BOTH SIDES. NEAR THE FRONT ARE BUMPS THE SIZE OF LARGE PEAS. SWOLLEN AND VERY SORE, ARE THESE LYMPH NODES? SHOULD I SEE A DOCTOR?
It looks like most of the red blotches on the roof of my mouth are gone and I think I still have a canker sore on the tip of my tongue (It looks like the size of a taste bud and hurts like crazy). The floor of my mouth, under my tongue, is still a little sore. Anyway, just wondering if this is something that could have thrown my mouth out of whack. It just seems odd that it was a number of things all at one time.
Am on the Boceprevir-Ribavirin-Interferon combo-pack and have noticed that when side-effects start piling up, I begin to get not only the craziest dry-mouth (especially at night) but my tongue gets all bumpy and hurts and feels like its cracking at time. Which then makes it difficult and painful to swallow. It tends to go away after about and hour being up but, goodness, it's so strange!
One showed up Friday around 11pm and then on Late Saturday, two more showed up but one was more on the side of the tongue but still the front. Then Sunday, they went away by night time. I was able to see the doctor Tuesday since I already had an appointment made a few weeks prior to this. I was more worried it could be herpes, but he told me since he has nothing to look at that he couldn't tell me.
My ears sometimes get blocked, feel like they have to pop but no real pain besides that burning in the tongue. At night when I'm laying the burning sort of goes to a freezing cold feeling and I get a lot my tingles-shocks when I'm laying. Teeth feel like little razors on my tongue when I lay. Yeah lots of hellish mouth sensations. I am obsessed with this damage and am researching every night. Reading the horror stories.
yesterday as i was looking in my mouth to see the back of my throat i had to stick my finger in my mouth to hold my tongue down and i noticed it wasnt my throat it was the back off my tongue that hurts.
The symptoms disappeared and haven't recurred for 14 years. The other night, a swelling suddenly appeared in my foot and another in my tongue. I took two NIACIN tablets, the symptoms disappeared in about an hour and have not recurred for several days. I have no idea why this worked for me, but it may work for some of you. I hope so.
It is right a the base of the underneath tongue, so whenever I actually move my tongue it makes it hurt..well even when I don't move my tongue it hurts. Can you help me figure out what it is?
The symptoms I am having are a crazy sore neck everytime i turn my head a certain way it feels like my neck is so tight i cant breath, My tongue feels like it is swollen and when i swallow it hurts. I find that these symptoms are worse at night. I could handle the neck pain i think if it didnt feel like my throat and my tongue didnt feel like they were swollen. Has anyone ever expierenced this before. I tried to explain this feeling to my husband but he didnt get it.
I noticed I was grinding or clenching my teeth a lot, and started noticing jaw and generalized tooth pain. Last night, I woke up in the middle of the night with my mouth burning. Like it was stuffed with peppercorns or something... today my whole mouth hurts, like it was burned, especially under my tongue. Did I get stomach acid in my mouth?
This morning, however, I woke up and i could still feel it and I tried to just scrape it with my toothbrush but it was still there so I got a flash light and saw that I have mulitple bumps all over my tongue and on my throat. They are lighter than my normal color in my throat. On my tongue they are kind of blisterish looking. I'm just wondering how I could have gotten this? I'm pretty sure i've never had it before.
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Finger-like projections on the surface of the tongue (papillae) may be lost, causing the tongue to appear smooth. Tongue color changes (usually dark "beefy" red). Some Causes: Poor hydration and low saliva in the mouth may allow bacteria to grow more readily. Disorders such as iron deficiency anemia, pernicious anemia and other B-vitamin deficiencies. Here's a few links: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossitis http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geographic_tongue http://dermnetnz.
Is my tongue infected? Also, I bit my tongue while having lunch, then at night after about 10 hours I felt a pain in my neck under the jaw on the same side of the bite...The next day I woke up and the pain in my neck/throat was worse and I couldnt swallow easily. Now it is easing a bit. Is this related to the biting incident?
Canker sores on the tongue are another cause of pain and these can flare up and hurt more if you are under stress. Since your tongue hurts you to the point of not being able to sleep, even though it is more than likely something fairly minor that is the cause, I would suggest seeing your doctor as soon as you can. Why should you suffer all that pain when the doctor can give you a quick examination and prescribe something that will take care of the problem?
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