Sensodyne Swollen Tongue Causes and Reviews
Kawasaki disease is a rare childhood disease. It makes the walls of the blood vessels in the body become inflamed. It can affect any type of blood vessel, including the arteries, veins, and capillaries.
No one knows what causes Kawasaki disease. Symptoms include
- High fever that lasts longer than 5 days
Swollen lymph nodes in the neck
- A rash on the mid-section and genital area
Red, dry, cracked lips and a red, swollen tongue
Red, swollen palms of the hands and soles of the feet
- Redness of the eyes
Kawasaki disease can't be passed from one child to another. There is no single test. To diagnose it, doctors look at the signs and symptoms. They may also use an echocardiogram or other tests. It is mainly treated with medicines. Rarely, medical procedures and surgery also may be used for children whose coronary arteries are affected.
Kawasaki disease can't be prevented. However, most children who develop the disease fully recover - usually within weeks of getting signs and symptoms. Further problems are rare.
NIH: National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute
Sensodyne Swollen Tongue Reviews
|Sat, 14 Aug 2010 |
I am a long term user of Sensodyne. Over the past 8 months I have experienced a progressive slur in my speech patterns; almost as though I have a Swollen Tongue. It is becoming a concern and will discontinue product use with the hope that my speech will clear up. Has anyone had similar experience with long term use?
|Wed, 24 Aug 2011 |
Started using Sensodyne 4 days ago. On the third day noticed large sores on right inside cheek and Swollen Tongue. Today I had pain in my right ear. Went to doctor. He said my ear was inflamed but could not explain why. When I got home I remembered that I just started to use Sensodyne and went on the computer for side effects (none of the effects I was having were listed on package). Thank goodness I found this site! Will not be using product again!
|Wed, 25 Apr 2012 |
I've used Sensodyne toothpaste for approximately a month on the recommendation of my dentist.
I first noticed swelling of my lips and tongue and a metallic taste in my mouth. It wasn't until I developed bleeding sores in both corners of my mouth that I became concerned and figured out that these symptoms developed after beginning to use this new toothpaste.
I did some research about side effects and saw every single one of my symptoms reported by other people. It's been two days since I stopped using Sensodyne and switched to brushing my teeth with plain baking soda. My tongue and lips are still swollen and sore and my throat still feels raw. I'm really worried that there may be permanent damage to my mouth.
These are my symptoms for the past month: Extremely dry mouth, dry and itchy skin from just below my nose to the bottom of my chin, bleeding sores in the corners of my mouth, swollen numb lips, sore and Swollen Tongue, constant sore throat, increased tooth sensitivity to cold, metallic-like taste in my mouth, fatigue, persistent insomnia, achy muscles, feel like I have a fever all the time but my temperature is normal.
I hope by reporting this that I can help someone else to avoid this horrible product.