Tongue numbness remedies

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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.
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.
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.
Yes, numbness and tingling are anxiety related. I get the numbness and tingling around my mouth and tongue at times, and sometimes in my hands. Go to anxietycentre.com and click on anxiety symptoms on the left of the homepage. It gives all symptoms of anxiety...Hope this helps.
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.
For five weeks I have been experiencing numbness and tingling. The numbness and tingling started in lower arms and legs and has progressively spread to entire arms and legs. Also I feel tingling on the top of my head and sometimes the sides of my face. A couple of days ago the left side of my face including left nostril went numb for a few minutes like I was getting a cavity filled. This happed twice in the same day. When I sneeze I feel tingling all over.
I recently fell down and hit my face. Since that time I've had numbness in the right side of my nose and down through my right cheek, lip and front tooth. Do I have nerve damage and will it go away on it's own?
Hi ,, i had mine out 3 weeks ago tommorw and i am numb on my tongue only, it feels like it is massive and eating is a nightmare, i have had a constant tingle in my tongue since day one, i am also getting mariied next year and have the same fears, although it is mainly my tongue the underneath part of my jaw suffers from tingles and numbness, i too have spoke to my oral surgeon and have to wait till december 17th for follow up...
wow...I'm 40 almost 41 in October....I started with soreness in my hands coming & going a few months ago, then this past week tingling/numbness moved up both arms, into my neck, tongue & lips. It felt like my body was falling asleep from my finger tips up! My knuckles were so sore w/ pain, felt like golf balls. I started to freak & made a Dr. appt next week. I'm not a Dr. FAN since everything seems like a guess.
From the nostril it traveled to my lips, my cheek, my jam, my gums and tongue. My husband called 911 and I thought I was having a stroke. The numbness went away as quickly as it had started within five or ten mins. The paramedics arrived and took my vitals. They determined it wasn't a stroke, but took me to the hospital due to my BP was 240 over 120. They didn't find anything wrong at the hospital, but gave me an IV that got my BP down to !50/90.
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.
Just as with the knee, the pain subsided within a few minutes and a numbness was left behind. This lasted several months as well, then suddenly disappeared. Next, the same happened in my right knee again, although this time it was in my Lateral Collateral ligament area. This lasted for several months as well. During this particular episode the numbness that followed the pain never completely subsided, though.
partial facial numbness, dizziness, vertigo, hand tremors, asthma, rashes, low back pain, stomach cramping, vomitting, diarrhea, swollen tongue, swollen hands and majorly swollen feet and ankles, major headaches and sinus problems, nasal polyps, shortness of breath, depression, major hair loss, eyes stinging & throat irritation, swollen tongue (when drinking the water at the office). I was told by my doctor to look for formaldahyde, mold, radon, acetone, chemical contaminants.
A vitamin B12 or folic acid deficiency may even cause your mouth and tongue to swell. These symptoms may sound scary, but the most common forms of anemia are easily treated, especially if caught early.
I am a 26 year old male and have had these symptoms before; blind spots, hand/arm/face/tongue numbness, aphasia(can't put sentences together), dizziness, disorientation, unbalanced. I went to a neurologist who, like everyone is saying, said it could be a migraine. I was pretty convinced it wasn't a migraine though so I made him check me out for other possible diagnoses. I got an EEG and a brain MRI and it turns out that I was right. I don't suffer from migraines. I had had a partial seizure.
Nerve pain and tingling all over body Deep chest pain/shortness of breath/feels like pain in lungs Scratchy throat Dry tongue/white mouth/tongue Pelvic/groin/prostate pain Heavy fatigue (Getting gradually better than I was a few days ago.) Body aches Blurred/distorted vision Ringing ears No appetite Diarrhea. The last doctor I've seen only said that I may have some type of unspecified 'Viral Infection'.
The symptoms which are alluding me now are severe cases of vertigo in with numbness of my tongue and lips proceeding and lasting the duration of the severe vertigo, loss of control of faculties, vomiting and migraine, my lips and tongue being numb also follows for a few hours (this whole process lasts 3-12 hours. Was in the hospital 2 times and admitted once.
Dear Buzzard, There are some pretty bad side effects of ALL acid blockers. One particularly nasty one is: They cause nerve damage (Peripheral Neuropathy), with sympotms of numbness, pins & needles, pain, weird sensations (paresthesias), etc. This is because blocking the production of stomach acid, leads to N0N-production of "Intrinsic Factor" in the stomach. Normal stomachs make "Intrinsic Factor" molecules, ONLY in an acid environment.
i also have jaw symptoms, my teeth don't chatter because my tongue gets in the way. when i have a panic attack or am generally anxious, i chew on my tongue, my arm shakes (like from my chest outward rapidly, that particular symptom didn't pop up until i reached my early 20's), and my head shakes rapidly from side to side. always something rapid :p i understand that panic attacks last forever, and i'm always exhausted afterward, i even feel sore in some places.
Burning Sensations throughout the body Chronic Fatigue Electric shock feeling Excess of energy, you feel you can’t relax Feel like you are going to pass out or faint Feeling cold or chilled Hyperactivity, excess energy Increased or decreased sex drive Muscle twitching Neck, back, shoulder pain, tightness/stiffness No energy, feeling lethargic, tired Numbness or tingling in hands, feet, face, head, or any other places on the body Persistent muscle tension, stiffness Sore or tight s
I told my parents I was scared I had tongue cancer, and they laughed at me and asked where I came up with this stuff. This went on for several years. Eventually, my sense of taste started to return, although I don't think it's normal yet. I eventually, I guess, relearned how to enunciate, but I still have issues pronouncing words sometimes, especially when my tongue gets numb, which is another complication I developed several years later.
You can experience like you said burning sensations, numbness, weakness, tongue numbness, stroke like feeling, brain fog, slurring of speech, pins and needles, visual disturbances, pressure behind the eye, even blindness. Who would think a thing like a simple headache could do all this. I am curious how are they managing your migraines? What do they attribute your migraines too? And what type of migraine are they saying that you have?
This is a condition that affects the insulation of the peripheral nerves (Myelin) and results first in numbness tingling of the hands/feet and then most commonly an ascending paralysis (weakness of the legs then the arms). There is a Miller-Fisher varient of GBS that can affect cranial nerves and cause the abnormalities of taste and facial sensation that you describe.
I've had an ultrasound for Gallblader - negative. They feel I have costrocondritis ( inflamation of inercostal space between ribs) and of course the Gerd. These symptoms are sporadic, sometimes lasting only hours, this bout has been 5 days. I've been given previcid but it seems like Malox works just as well. I'm beginning to wonder if there is a cure or if we can only treat symptoms. Let me know how you make out.
Hi there, unfortunately if the cause is MS there no proven home remedies for the numbness and or tingles, stretching does help somewhat with keeps flexible, might be worth trying some basic yoga to see if it helps you any. cheers...
Symptoms of severe vitamin B12 deficiency (regardless of the cause) may include burning of the tongue, fatigue, weakness, loss of appetite, intermittent constipation and diarrhea, abdominal pain, weight loss, menstrual symptoms, psychological symptoms, and nervous system problems, such as numbness and tingling in the feet and hands. Most symptoms can occur before the deficiency is severe enough to cause anemia. I found this on, http://www.evitamins.com /healthnotes.asp?
Whenever I get to the 3rd day I feel like I am losing my mind. My head, face, mouth, tongue go numb, my arms and hands start to tingle like they are falling asleep. I am exhausted and can hardly get out of bed. I end up having to take a pill to make it through the day. I started this drug a year ago, never took more than 75mg per day. If I would of known how nasty this stuff was I never would have taken it. I feel like it has ruined my life. How do people get off this stuff?
I have been suffering with this problem for the past 4 months. Started out on Nov 28, 2011 with a trip to ER as I awoke at 6 am with a swollen tongue. Treated with steriods & benadryl and sent home. One week later returned to ER with swollen tongue, twisted face and inability to speak. Swelling in hands & feet. Admitted to hospital for 9 days. Treated with sterioids, benadryl and a whole lot of other drugs. Released from hospital Dec. 14 at 4:30 p.m.
I got glossitis (inflammation of the tongue) . I never go to the doctor, only to have babies. Well now I have burning tongue from the glossitis (but should be gone?), night sweats, dizzyness, crying, weakness, my vision is still not back to 20/20, sometimes I have shaking, anxiety, insomnia. The allergic reaction freaked me out!!! But did not feel like me before it. I did not have a epidual. I have never been like this in my life!!
Testicles slightly reddened, shinier than normal, but also usually slightly moist. Swollen inner cheeks and sometimes tongue. Very white tongue/soar throat/thrush symptoms Almost all symptoms worsen in sun and heat exposure, including if I induce the heat by working out (can be in a cool room). Contracted from one incidence of oral sex with girlfriend, unknowing that we had oral herpes, which MUST have been contracted via wine glasses with someone who just finished outbreak.
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