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for two days i had a tingling and a numbness in the tip of my tongue. i awoke on the third day with and acutely dry mouth and (my tongue was stuck to the back of my front teeth) there was a crack about an inch long starting on the very tip to about an inch towards the back of my tongue. now there is always a slight numbness to it. should i be worried? i have RA, hypothyroidism, and diabetes.
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replied August 29th, 2017
It is more likely hat you may have accidentally bitten yourself.

There is no reason to panic. You can use anti-inflamamtory agents like ibuprofen and vitamin supplements that should help in faster recovery of the cuts.

If you have pain use orajel to numb the pain.


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