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I have pain under the tongue. I can not able to talk normally. When I go out pain will increase more. So it became difficult to talk. I think nerves under my tongue was damaged. So please give me a solution.

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Dear Lybrate user, as you told you have pain under the tongue. If your pain is increases on eating, drinking, or seeing or thinking or listenig about you favorite or delicious food. You may have problem of sialolithiasis in sub mandibular gland. This is the disease of salivary gland. You should consult dentist for clinical check up. Opg is compulsory for any final diagnosis.
If the pain is recent. Then there are high chances of you having ulcers. Use any gel like mucopain/Anabel CT/ dologel CT etc 4-5 times a day. It will heal in a few days. Avoid spicy and hot foods for sometime. Still it's better to visit your dentist before finalizing the actual treatment.
No, nerve damage does not occur by simple means. It requires a severe truma, any fracture or tumor growing inside etc. You must visit an oral medicine specialist to know the exact cause of your problem. It may require some xrays to look inside what is happening. Once the problem is diagnosed it can be treated effectively without killing lots of time and spending money at various clinics.
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Its not about nerve damage. You might have ulcer under tongue. Try using mucopain gel for ulcer.
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