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An_253329 posted:
I've been facing tongue problems from a past few months . It has become too sensitive to hot and cold. It gets burnt easily with a moderatly hot drink and it freezes when i try a ice cream. Due to which i face speech problems , i speak too fast , i miss some words and i jumble up words. And when i wake up from a good sleep i feel a quite strain in my mouth specially area below my tongue. Please help. Thank u.
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plazadental responded:
Before replying to your query, I would like to ask that whether you smoke as hyper sensitive tongue is basically caused by smoking. They are negatively impacted by hot and cold beverages or register a heightened response to any type of oral disease.
 
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PAULPARAS replied to plazadental's response:
Thank u very much for the reply .....No i have never smoked, no alcohol and no kind of drugs.....And some odd day passes without any problem.........But it again starts happening the next day.........Its becoming too frequent now.
 
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PAULPARAS replied to plazadental's response:
Also I have taken too many antibiotics in past 5-6 years because i had problem of sinusitis. Also i am allergic to dust. And i can't eat oily food because it immediately affects my throat and cough starts.


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