I mean accidentally of course on the inside of your mouth or your tongue? I hate when I do that and it is not due to eating like a ravenous dog; though I do have sharp incisor teeth, I do take my time eating; but still it happens out of the blue. Does this happen to you?
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I don't do it as often anymore maybe because my teeth are worn down somewhat; especially the incisors but it does still happen just out of the blue and I do wish I had a clue. It is like my mouth just twists around out of my control and just chomps!
Wow; thanks MizB; I have neck problems and I will bet that is what it is and it now makes a little sense that it is not just out of the blue but a real problem! Thank you!
I wouldn't connect biting with cancer. You should talk this over with your doctor or at least do online research. It would be terrible living with that fear. Though very different one I lived with a health fear many years & thank God I'm rid of i
Well those are not mine; honestly!
I don't think I do; I hate to eat fast & the only times I catch myself doing that is sometimes sitting down with my husband & son eating while waiting for a ball game or at halftime in a hurry & I will be racing them when I realize what I
Oh; no! I have not had that problem thankfully!
A true mystery it seems; you would think dogs would be more apt to than humans. huh? lol
I'll say! I did have incisors about that bad; lol, but they have worn down a good bit. Thankfully.
I can never figure out how I bite the underside of tongue(?)
I use to get those many years ago in grade school.
Haha; I bet! Tongue probably stays sore longer though.
Well, when it comes to that comparison I am tongue tied so I have to admit the ball's in your court. :-)
When I got notice of this comment of yours it said 45 years ago!! I kept looking to make sure I was seeing right and I was. Something at HP is way off track!
You must have inadvertently clicked on the HP time travel button which sent you 45 years into the future. I've been long dead but had my body frozen and re-invigorated last year so I'm still here. Amazing feat of post modern medicine!