Why Is My Tongue Numb?

Answer

There are various possible reasons why your tongue is numb. You may be suffering from paresthesia which is brought about by strain to the nerves that serve the tongue. You may also be suffering from burning mouth syndrome which is characterized by numbness of the tongue. However, you should visit a medical practitioner for the right diagnosis.
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