Since yesterday, I've had a slight sensation on and off on my left, in my lower back, just above my buttocks. The same feeling has been present also in my left leg every now and again and constantly in my mouth.
At the moment I can't feel it in my lower back or foot or anywhere - just my tongue. I'm sitting here eating dry oats to try to get rid of the feeling.
It feels like my tongue is reacting to a lemon sweet (candy) (not that I've eaten any), except I can't taste it as such, it's just aching/producing saliva etc. like I am eating a strong sweet/sour lemon sweet/candy.
It's friving me mad and has been doing it all day and for the evening yesterday.
On the tongue, it is now all over the tongue, but before, only the left side felt like it.
Please, if anyone can help at all, I'd be most grateful. I have searched and searched on the internet but cannot find any information. I don't want to see a doctor unless this persists for at least two more days.
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