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Why Did I Release My Adult Tongue Tie? I got my tongue tie released today. Immediately upon stating that, I was bombarded with questions. I felt like blogging would be the best method of answering them all. If you have any questions remaining at the end of this blog, feel free to ask them in the comments.
Why did I get my tongue tie released at 30 years old? My reasons for getting my tongue tie corrected are manyfold. First, because there are many symptoms associated with tongue tie that I experience. Frequent headaches, digestive issues, shoulder and neck tension, jaw pain. All of these things are or have been a problem for me in the past.
There is no proof clipping an adult tongue tie will help with these issues, but I figured it was worth a shot. I want to know what I put them through. Third, because of needing to have each of my children revised twice, I wanted to experience the process of healing a revision without allowing it to heal restricted again. And fourth, because I’m a dork and I wanted to know what it would be like to have normal movement with my tongue! A few minutes later, I felt numb and he injected numbing medicine into the area under my tongue. We chatted for another minute or two until I felt like I was sufficiently numbed, and he started. I closed my eyes, and I knew he was using a tool to lift my tongue although I couldn’t feel it at all.
Maybe just a little bit more. When he was done, he asked me to lift my tongue up and back like he had before, and my tongue TOUCHED the roof of my mouth. It was honestly the ODDEST sensation. That part of the roof of my mouth had never been touched by the tip of my tongue before.