Its saturday and since thursday I have had an extremely painful tongue, pain fluctuates during the day. I get this about twice a year. I thought the last time (from a nurses opinion) it was thrush, but i don't have any white marks or anything. Yogurt sometimes temporarily helps (not completely) but it usually comes back. This is the first time my throat has hurt with it as well, but not like a regular sore throat, more like it is strained.
My tongue at times feels slightly swollen and i have a hard time talking.
I currently can't go to the doctors (my insurance kicks in 7 days) and would like to have a clue to what is it before then.
Anyone have any ideas? It's painful and I'd like to not to have this again in 6 months if i can help it.
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