I don know if i had an allergic reaction or not, but my jaw has been feeling pretty awkward. Its been about three days now that i have this feeling of burned tatse buds on the left side of my tongue, and numbed inner jaw feeling and weird feeling as if i just came from the dentist after being numbed for a tooth removal. This feeling wont go away even when i wake up, i noticed it to be weird when i put on chapstick and moved my lips in the motion as one does in order to smooth over the chapstick evenly between both lips. What happened when i did this was my left side wasnt as mobile as my right side. This is where the feeling is lost a bit, but i feel totally fine. I don know why this is, does anyone know aor am i making sense? any suggestions
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