The Tongue Is Tilted To One Side Accompanied By A Disruption In Pronunciation?
Good afternoon doctor, Sorry I want to ask, when sticking out my tongue, my dominant tongue is pointing to the left. Speak sometimes I spontaneously miss and mispronounce the vocabulary. We say with a long intonation, if I look at the more active right tongue. Then the thumb of the right hand, and the left sometimes moves alone without me moving. Guess if it’s a doctor? Maturely pray for answers from the doctor
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
How old are you now? Do you and your first-line family (father, mother, siblings) have a history of high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, or stroke?
Complaints of the tongue tilted to one side accompanied by disturbances in word pronunciation are suspected to be an impact of nerve disorders that can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Stroke, a collection of localized / common neurological symptoms / signs that develop rapidly, decrease brain function, with symptoms lasting more than 24 hours or causing death. Symptoms that can be recognized include: F (face, asymmetrical face when smiling), A (arms, difficulty lifting one or both hands), S (speech, pelo talk), T (time, immediately take him to the hospital if someone experience the symptoms).
Malignancy in the organs around the tongue nerve (hypoglossal nerve), usually accompanied by symptoms of significant weight loss without apparent cause, body weakness, fever that is not too high in the long term
Multiple sclerosis, an autoimmune disease that causes disruption of nerve signaling delivery from the brain to other body parts, symptoms: weakness or numbness in one or more limbs that are usually on one side of the body, sensasit shocked by certain neck movements, trembling, impaired coordination of body movements, can pual causes talk pelo
Central nervous system infection, can be in the form of meningitis / encephalitis / brain abscess, usually accompanied by symptoms of seizures, decreased awareness, and fever
In order to obtain an appropriate evaluation, we recommend that you immediately consult yourself directly to a doctor or neurologist. Your condition still has the possibility as an emergency that needs to be dealt with immediately. The doctor will perform emergency treatment if there are indications, and conduct history, physical examination and support (if necessary, for example: CT head scan) to address the underlying disease. At home, you are advised to get enough rest, eat a balanced nutritious diet, and drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.
To enrich insight, you can read articles about stroke. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.