The Tongue Feels Bad, Jaw Pain, There Is Excessive Salivation And Nausea?
Hello, it’s been a few days the tongue feels bad, jaw aches and saliva a lot when you talk it feels like you want to throw up what happened to me
Hali brother Novaal,
Jaw pain, sore or uncomfortable tongue, lots of saliva with nausea may be due to conditions: stones or blocked cysts in the salivary glands. Mumps or salivary gland infection is generally caused by a virus, GERD or stomach acid that rises to the throat. Nerve disorders. Temporomandibular joint disorder or disorders of the jaw joint.
It is advisable to see a doctor for direct examination and follow-up examinations such as blood hematoligi, X-rays, ultrasound, sialography to scan if necessary. Treatment given according to the cause can be in the form of antibiotics if there is an infection, ulcer drugs such as antacids, antihistamines and proton pump inhibitors, antiemetic drugs to prevent nausea and vomiting, giving supplements to surgery if necessary.
Eat regular nutritious foods, don't be late, get enough sleep and drink enough. Avoid moving the jaw too much. Avoid spicy acidic foods, coffee, soda, smoking and alcohol, maintain oral hygiene by regularly brushing your teeth. Avoid using too much jaw and suddenly burst out laughing.
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