Numbness on the Tip of Your Tongue?

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What are the causes of tip of the tongue numbness? Numbness on the tip of the tongue is an indication that there may be a problem with the nervous system. Damage to the nervous system can be linked to ill dental health and conditions that negatively affect the brain.
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Numbing of the tip of the tongue is usually caused by a food allergy. Note what you are eating when it happens, and get a simple blood test for it. This will determine any food allergies
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It could be as a simple burn or it could be more serious
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It could be many things ,blood pressure dropping,anxiety,I am not a nurse or anything in the medical field, just speaking from others. http://www.doctorslounge.com/neurology/f&hellip
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Not medical advice. Numbness in the tongue, mouth, and arms could be signs of a Migraine. Text soon! report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 08:34AM EST. Source
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