I can't figure out what's going on with me. I was sitting in class and all of a sudden felt the very back of my tongue become very sore. This happened 3 days ago and slowly it's getting worse. I'm now having issues swallowing,speaking and sleeping. I wake up several times a night with this horrible soreness and feels as though it's slowly creeping it way to the front. I am having to try extra hard to swallow. I have been searching the internet for any clues, but have come up empty handed. Does anyone have any ideas or experience anything like this?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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