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Neck, shoulder injuries, fluid, inflammation in shoulder, tingling in tongue, throat tightness. Cause of worry?

I was in a car accident 3 weeks ago and have some neck and shoulder injuries. Had MRI s on both and they look ok except for a bit of fluid and inflammation in the shoulder. About a week ago, I experienced a tingling sensation on the right side of my tongue that last just a day, but since then I m having uncomfortable throat tightness and feeling like my speech is a little off. What could this be?
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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Welcome to health care magic.

Tingling of tongue as well as throat tightness can occur due to-throat infection,Antibiotic sensitivity,vitamin deficiency.

I would advice you to get a thorough clinical check-up.

Discontinue use of antibiotics causing sensitivity and get them replaced.

Plenty of fluids as well as nutritious diet has to be taken.

Take vitamin becosules as well as iron supplements.

Avoid smoking,tobacco or pan chewing.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 27 Aug 2013
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