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Wisdom teeth removed, loss of sensation in tongue, mouth ulcers, lose papillae. Taking zevit, lyrica, folvite. Treatment?

hi, i had 4 wisdom teeth removed 6weeks back and since then left side of my tomgue has completely lost sensation. now the problem is i keep biting y tongue from left innerside at the end. lot of mouth ulcers also hurt me a lot. yesterday i bit my front right part of tongue by mistake and one papillae became loose. it kept hurting me and today night it has come off.( a small pink round ball). Is this normal. What should i do for the frequent ulcers. I am taking tablets - zevit, lyrica , folvite (all one each) from 5weeks. what should i do to make my tongue normal. pls help..its affecting me physcologically as well
Asked On : Sat, 14 Apr 2012
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Ok, first of all you should have consulted your dentist atleast 5 weeks back, as probably your left lingual nerve may have gotten injured by the needle used for Local Anesthesia (LA).
Now, since you are already using Zevit, Lyrica, & Folvite, for 5 weeks, and still you have no improvement, then the injury may be severe, and it is high time that you cunsulted a neurologist. Do ask him/her wether adding Neurobion would help, or would need to see a neurosurgeon. In the meanwhile, ask you Dentist though to fabricate a suitable Oral Screen with an incorporated Tongue Gaurd to protect your tongue for most of the time.
Answered: Sun, 15 Apr 2012
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