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A numb or tingling tongue can feel weird and be related to tongue swelling, itching, and weakness. Tongue numbness is most commonly caused by an allergic reaction from eating certain foods or chemicals, low calcium levels which is also known as hypocalcemia, a bacterial infection like Lymes disease, or a condition involving the nervous system. Read below for more causes and treatment options for a numb tongue.
This article will address the symptoms, diagnosis, management, and prevention of oral thrush in children and adults. Symptoms include white patches on the inner cheeks and tongue, a feeling of having cotton inside your mouth, changes in taste, and pain with eating and swallowing, among others.
This article will review the symptoms, causes, management, and prevention of burning mouth syndrome. Symptoms include tingling, burning pain anywhere in the mouth or on the lips, dry mouth, taste changes, and mood changes, among others.
Ludwig’s angina is a rare bacterial infection on the floor of the mouth. It causes your mouth to swell up and can make it hard to swallow, talk, and breathe. It may be caused by dental work or poor oral hygiene. Ludwig’s angina is a medical emergency.
Swollen tongue causes can arise from inflammation from an infection, an allergic reaction, or trauma from biting, piercing, or dental irritation. Other causes of tongue swelling and red bumps on the tongue include medication side-effects. Read below for more information on other causes, related symptoms, and treatment options.
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