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Cold, congested, cough, mild temp, runny nose, left body parts numb

Hello, I currently have a bad cold. Congested, bad cough , mild temp, and runny nose. Out of no where, about 20 mins ago, the left side of my mouth and tonuge went completely numb. Then it spread to the left side of my cheek , my left hand and all the fingers. I m only 23, and not really consernded about a stroke . But can t find any answers. Please help
Asked On : Fri, 20 Apr 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.

Numbness at the left part of body may be due to loss of impairment.

I would advice you to visit a dentist and get a thorough clinical evaluation done.

Decayed or impacted wisdom tooth which is inflammed has to be extracted or restored.

Maintain oral hygiene well.

Antibiotics along with analgesics has to be administered.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 26 Oct 2013
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