I have had a sore tongue before but not like this, its almost painful and looks as if there is a raised area on my tongue. I don't know if its from a dry mouth or a reaction to something or if its going to flat fall off..
Hi. My tongue gets sore. It comes and goes. I also have a small patch of slight numbness behind my front teeth. The raised area on your tongue should be checked out by your primary care physician or an ENT, just to make sure.
It really is weird stuff that hapens to us ..you never know if you are really sick or its just someting to do with MS or a side affect of something , or if we are sick because we always feel sick anyway.
My throat is sore too this morning. I see my MS doc tomorrow..
Has your dentist ever looked at your tongue? I have a geographic tongue and also, I have had a very sore tongue due to low........ (Well, phooey!!!!!!! I can't remember the name of it) Pregnant women need it so they don't have a baby with spina bifida. I'm sorry, I just can't remember things. You might want to get it checked.
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