Solution: The Lower Part Of The Tongue Hurts And The Right Vein Is Black?
sorry why my lower tongue hurts and the veins are black on the right side asking for a solution
Hello Sopo Jenengem,
The anatomy of the lower part of our tongue consists of:
Salivary glands and sublingual salivary ducts
Salivary glands and inner submandibular salivary ducts
The arteries and veins of the tongue
If you mean the veins are blood vessels, normally blood veins will appear dark blue on the right and left under the tongue. Sometimes one side looks more prominent and darker than the other side.
Problems at the bottom of the tongue can be in the form of pain, swelling, injury, or lumps. Pain in the lower part of the tongue can occur due to the following causes:
Exposure to irritants including ingredients contained in cigarettes
Exposure to foods that are too hot, too spicy or sour
Trauma when brushing teeth or materials from toothpaste
Oral herpes (if accompanied by blisters or many sores in the area and around the mouth)
Irritation of the use of dentures
Cancer of the tongue (generally characterized by sprue that is getting bigger and does not go away, other than that it easily bleeds)
To determine the solution to the problem of pain on your tongue, of course, you need a direct physical examination to see whether there are abnormalities such as swelling, injury, or abnormal lumps associated with pain complaints. To relieve pain on the tongue you can:
Avoid foods that are too hot for a while
Stick ice cubes on the painful tongue
Gargle with warm salt water solution
Do not smoke
Consumption of foods with a softer consistency, avoid eating foods with sharp edges that might irritate the area (such as chips)
Take over-the-counter pain relievers (for example, paracetamol, ibuprofen) if necessary
Further consult directly with the doctor if after doing the things above, pain in the tongue does not go away. Thus the explanation from me, hopefully useful.