That seems a bit more unusual. Sometimes pain can be related or "referred" to somewhere else but to the legs seems a bit far. Maybe to the ears, jaw, sinus area, etc but legs I'm not sure about. Perhaps you should see your primary care physician first.
I have been having really bad problems with my teeth and tongue I was wondering if you could me here. I have several abscess in mouth for at least 2 years now.but there not painful .recently I've been having a yellow coat on my tongue but it brushes off and the tip of my tongue would go numb whenever I bend my tongue but now its gotten worse now whenever I bend my tongue a certain way it tingled and twitches and cramps
My initial guess is that its thrush (oral candidiasis). Its a fungal infection of the tongue. You would need some anti-fungal medication from your doctor.
As for the abscess, you should get those taken care of. As the abscess grows, it'll continue to spread and get larger, causing damage to your jaw bone.
Thanks I didn't know oral thrush could make your tongue go numb
Not common but possible with a severe oral thrush infection. Are you going to see a dentist soon?
Yes I'm going to I've had this tingling in the tip of my tongue now for a while and now its been starting to twitch so I'm going to go and have these teeth taken care of
This oral thrush also causes my tongue to have some light bleeding but the thing that bugs me the most is the tingling numb feeling it comes and goes but it only seems to go numb at the tip of the right side and only when I bend my tongue my throat also gets scratchy on and off everyonce in a while I figure that's probably normal with all this infection in my mouth but my throat hasn't been sore for at least 3 or 4 days now
If you have health insurance, you could consider going to your primary care physician instead and get it checked out versus seeing a dentist. Although I would recommend getting an overall checkup for both soon
Ok do u think it could be cancer I've had these symptoms for a while and they seem to come and go
Its hard to say over the internet. Cancer is always a possibility but I don't think so at this stage based upon your description but there's no way to know until a biopsy is performed, etc
All these symptoms seem to die down whenever I'm on antibiotics
All these symptoms. Seem to die down whenever I'm on antibiotics
That seems counter intuitive to oral thrush since oral thrush is a fungal infection, antibiotics wouldn't have much effect on them. Unless you are also getting a bacterial infection somewhere else not on the tongue
Ok thanks alot I appreciate all your advice I do have one more question though like I said I have made a dentist appointment for next week but I was just wondering if all this infection would have something to do with why I have a poor appetite and fatigued on and off
Possibly. Usually the oral thrush will stay limited to the tongue area but with any infection, it can always spread and a long term infection can put stress on the body's immune system.