I have a long list of different symptoms that have baffled doctors for 5 yrs. I went to an ENT monday to find out why I have dizzy and/or fainting spells, followed by nausea, and why loud shrill sounds (like dog barking) sometimes makes me vomit. I was having a "spasm" type pain on left side of my tongue about twice a week that only lasted a few seconds each time, but about 2 weeks ago that "spasm" (muscle cramp) pain started and hasnt completely gone away. My left ear and jaw hurts, especially when I open my mouth to eat or swallow (no real pain during chewing food ~ strange). My mouth/throat feels very dry, the base of my tongue hurts (feels achy). ENT didnt find signs of infection and is going to set me up to have a CT of my throat. I'm not sure what he's looking for or wants to rule out but I can probably guess "cancer". He also mentioned using a scope to look at my throat. Has anyone had this weird muscle spasm feeling (pain) on the sides of their tongues? If so, please share your experience with me. Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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