Tongue numbness cough

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I noticed my orange tongue about a month ago after being sick with a sore throat and cough for about 3-4 weeks. No more sore throat but the orange tongue still remains. Same as everyone else, I can brush most of it off but it always returns. I live in the suburbs of Chicago. Pretty clean air.
Hi, considering your symptoms of wakefulness after sleep without any evidence of chest pain, cough or numbness, it is most likely that you may be having Obstructive Sleep Apnea. When a person sleeps the airways are usually patent allowing normal passage for air entry. The upper airway that is at the region of the tongue and the soft palate is the most compliant (soft) part. So, this is liable to collapse and cause airway obstruction. This can cause choking and coughing.
Large pupils, sticky mouth, wide opened eyes, glazed, glassy eyes, walking funny somewhat like stomping, slurred speech (unlike an alcohol slur, this is mostly a result of numbness in the tongue as I remember it), inability to sleep for at least 8 hours after ingestion (usually), loss of appetite. Make no mistake, this drug is for real. It is actually quite popular among teenagers. My only advise is to talk to a doctor and do what you think is best as a parent.
Just about 2 months ago I began developing strange allergic reactions. They have occurred on my feet, hands, back of knee, upper thigh, lip and now tongue. I have gone to the doctor before and they said it was contact dermatitis. I have not figured out what I'm allergic to yet and am still waiting for a call back from the allergy department. Last night, I woke up at about 3am with a swollen tongue. It really freaked me out.
Man am I glad to see other people with tongue problems. I have had pain on the side of my tongue for nearly 1.5 years - both on the left side and the right side. I have talked to two general MD's, one ENT, and two dentists about it and nobody can seem to give me a clue as to what's wrong. The left side of my tongue always seems sensitive. It seems to be foliate pappitis to me but what do I know. I do know that I have cut wayyyy back on sugar (about 90%) and things have improved.
There is no pain of any description associated with it at all, but I do cough quite significantly when the condition is in its worse stages. It isn't a constant shortness of breath, however, Instead it seems to go on and off, from hardly any discomfort at all, to very labored breathing, where I really have to gasp and heave for air. Yesterday I spent most of the day by the computer, and felt just about nothing, other than the usual congestive sensation in the chest that I mentioned earlier.
I do that, have a deep filling done and suddenly the pain is constant and terrible and now includes my tongue...which is by far the worst and scariest. So far, this is still going on. I have seen three dentists, an oral surgeon, two ent's and a neurologist besides my gp and the prompt care doctor I started with. I have had a brain mri, a neck ultrasound, and a neck CT scan.
PLEASE HELP My wife has had a chronic cough for seven years. The cough started when she had pneumonia and then never stopped after the pneumonia was cleared. She has been seeing an expert/cough specialist without much success. There are some peculiarities to her cough which I believe offer a clue as to the cause; however, the specialist does not seem interested in pursuing the matter. My wife has had multiple airway tests, swallowing tests, allergy tests etc.
My tongue also has a feeling of numbness, as though it has been burned. I have noticed that the symptoms worsen after excercise. I initially thought that the reaction may have been either an indoor or food allergy. Do these sympotoms seem to be related to allergies?
At first only the muscles in my forearm hurt, but by the next day I started experiencing numbness in the legs and hands and now my tongue and gums are numb The numbness in my legs is from the lower waist down. One knee keeps buckling and I'm having some difficulty walking and hands feel very clumsy. I do have degenerative disc disease w/spinal stenosis, with some bulging and herniated disc, but not experiencing any pain with this.
However years prior to the stroke I would experience palpitaions, headaches, numbness down my left side,anxiety,sighing,dizziness, unproductive coughs (at nights), episodes of seizure-like symptoms(my tongue would twirl, I would drool, my fingers and toes would also twirl and get stiff - this would last for 3-5 minutes then I'm back to normal). I've visited countless of doctors and specialists with no answers.
Well, i don't actually have a doctor or medical insurance...or money, i guess i could go to county but at best they would write me a thirty day prescription and say ' take these pills' and then i would be like 'pills are what ****** me up in the first place' and then they would be like 'let us check your blood' and then i would get an infection because it's a county hospital for poor people.
I've been getting occasional pressure in the roof of my mouth and upper teeth and numb-ish feeling 'behind' my nose. And lastly sometimes strange tongue stiffness/numbness? and the tip of it tingles - sometimes it feels hard to talk. My nose ISN'T congested at all, but it feels like there is mucus 'down the back' of my nose somehow (i warned you it was hard to explain - i'm sorry!). If i clear my throat and cough up it is clear mucous. The whole thing is very affecting and bothers me a lot.
but numbness on the tip of my tongue, swollen (grooved) tongue edges, and enlarged red papuliae on the tip of the tongue are a constant. Lately, in the last 3 weeks, I also began getting blood blisters/purpura on the inside of my cheeks, i.e., on my buccal mucosa, and occasionally on my upper and lower lip. My complete blood count was thrown off, but seems to be improving. Right now everything is within normal range except my lymphocytes (my lymphocytes are currently @ 1.3 ... normal is 1.
My eyes was also very blurry, almost blind for about a minute. The tingling and numbness seemed to go away after half a day. I should mention I was in a graduate summer course and drinking a lot at nights (maybe 25-30 beers a night for a month). Over the next few months their was a numbness in my fingertips, especially when I would hold something for a long time. My left side was worse than my right side considerably.
I am a 21 year old girl and I have not yet seen a neurologist or had an mri but am on the waiting list to do so. I have had burning, tingling and numbness moving around various places on my body for a few weeks now.
I have not had a headache in four months but still have occasional numbness and tingling in the left side of my head. My numbness started in mid June along the front of my thighs and I also felt like my legs were "weak". I could still do everything I normally do, I just didn't feel as strong. In late June the twitching started again. After two months it is now all over my body from the neck down. I also get cramps in my legs and feet.
Now, I have been on Zoloft for a long time now for anxiety, but when I started having chest pains and numbness in my arm, I began having panic attacks. (Mainly because nobody can figure out what the problem is) So, I am now on meds for anxiety attacks, which isn't helping because nobody can tell me what is wrong with me. Now I still have numbness/sharp pains in my left arm, which varies in strength.
My sinuses ache slightly and I have a mild tickly cough with some phlegm too. The numbness is alarming me. I will seek the advise of an ENT doctor asap but would appreciate any thoughts or advice on this.
My tongue, especially on the right side will get a weird sensation of tingling or fullness or numbness (not sure which). When I look at my tongue nothing is there. These feelings can happen on my left side as well, but are predominately on the right. No ear pain, no breathing or swallowing trouble. Again all this is a 2 week span following a cold. I don't really have a cough. And the sore throat feeling can be anywhere.
Allergy problems, increase in allergies (number, sensitivity, reactions, lengthier reactions) Back pain, stiffness, tension, pressure, soreness, spasms, immobility in the back or back muscles Blanching (looking pale, loss of color in the face or skin) Blushing, turning red, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or skin Body jolts, body zaps, electric jolt feeling in body, intense body tremor or “body shake” Body temperature increase or decrease, change in body temperature Burnin
* difficulty breathing * excessive tiredness * fever or chills * chest pain * persistent cough * numbness, tingling, or pinprick sensation in the fingers and toes * muscle weakness * swelling of the lips or tongue * skin rash <<<<<<======= I'd call the doc. It might not be a problem, but better to check it out.
Body Back pain, stiffness, tension, pressure, soreness, spasms, immobility in the back or back muscles Blanching (looking pale, loss of colour in the face or skin) Blushing, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or skin Body temperature increase or decrease, change in body temperature Burning skin, itchy, “crawly,” prickly or other skin sensations, skin sensitivity, numbness on the skin Choking Chronic Fatigue Clumsiness, feeling clumsy Disorientation Dizziness Dizzy Elect
These are all the symtoms Body Blanching (looking pale, loss of color in the face or skin) Blushing, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or skin Body temperature increase or decrease Burning Sensations throughout the body Choking Chronic Fatigue Clumsiness, feeling clumsy Disorientation Dizziness Dizzy Electric shock feeling Excess of energy, you feel you can’t relax Falling sensation, feel like your are falling even though you aren't Feel like you are going to pass ou
Allergy problems, increase in allergies (number, sensitivity, reactions, lengthier reactions) Back pain, stiffness, tension, pressure, soreness, spasms, immobility in the back or back muscles Blanching (looking pale, loss of color in the face or skin) Blushing, turning red, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or skin Body aches, parts of or your entire body feels sore and achy, feels like your body and muscles are bruised Body jolts, body zaps, electric jolt feeling in body, in
back, bone, breast, joint, or pelvic pain; constipation; cough; diarrhea; dizziness; flu-like symptoms (tiredness; muscle aches); headache; hot flashes; loss of appetite; nausea; skin numbness or tingling; sleeplessness; stomach pain or upset; sweating; vaginal dryness; vomiting; weakness; weight gain.
My 4 yr old goes to sleep around 12:00-3:00 she starts to cough and grind her teeth it takes about 1-2 hrs. but she finally belches and vomits mucus and sometimes food it smells like stomach acid she has been on singulair for about two months now and the last month it has stopped working she does this every night. the only way she stops is when i pat her back and she finally vomits but this takes 1-2 hrs. I elevate her head give her liquids and use an aurpurifier.
Allergy problems, increase in allergies (number, sensitivity, reactions, lengthier reactions) Back pain, stiffness, tension, pressure, soreness, spasms, immobility in the back or back muscles Blanching (looking pale, loss of color in the face or skin) Blushing, turning red, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or skin Body aches, parts of or your entire body feels sore and achy, feels like your body and muscles are bruised Body jolts Body zaps Body shakes Body tremors Body temperatur
had Appt with back dr and asked about this he looked at my tongue and was conscirned said to see a neuro, my tongue tremors on protrusion and I cant control it. I mentione MS and he was worried about ALS. imbalance became worse and anxiety skyrocketed. Saw neuro couple mos later symptoms were gone by then, he did neuro exam, reflexes,babinskis,gait,muscle strength,checked tongue. Said no neuroligical disorder.
Wisdom Tooth, Vaginal infection and a mild chest infection (one after the other through Feb) Experienced pain, tingling, shakes, flushing, numbness, pain and itching from waist down, skin itching generalised, sore tongue, tongue coating, itchy throat, tickly cough. Had bloods taken - results were normal. March - blood spots on skin, itching, developing anxiety over symptoms, painful joints and tendons. Bloods taken - normal!
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