Burning mouth syndrome

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wearenotalone
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   Posted 2/27/2007 3:57 PM (GMT -7)   
hello this is my first post, I have had anxiety and panic attacks since the age of 18, and can not travel more than 10-15 miles from home without getting an attack but work on that problem everyday to try and cure myself. Lately a new problem has arose and has been driving me crazy with lots of pain and loss of sleep (going on 6 month's) My mouth has really began to hurt me and I have been seen by 2 doctors my dentist and oral surgeon for Burning mouth syndrome which is a burning sensation in the tongue, (both have had little knowledge of this problem and say my mouth looks fine) . I am at my wits end and can not stand the pain any more. I was wondering if anyone else is having this same problem and what are your symptoms and have you found anything to relieve the pain and sleepless nights. I am on ativan and that does seen to help a little but I really do not like to take any drugs unless I really have too. I am a man in my early forties and this problem seem to strike women that are going thought menopause so I can't understand whats going on, any help or comment we be helpful, Thanks

Howlyncat
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   Posted 2/27/2007 5:16 PM (GMT -7)   
Welcome to Healing Well
I wish I had the answer I have NEVER heard of this before at all so I am hoping one of the great ppl on here will be able to shed some light for you
Resources at side may help as well
Please do continue to post and get support this is a great place and the ppl are the best
I hope you get relief and soon
Have you seen an ear nose and throat doc might be an idea ...
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   Posted 2/27/2007 6:28 PM (GMT -7)   
Welcome...New one for me too wish I had some input for you...
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Dee75
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   Posted 2/27/2007 7:29 PM (GMT -7)   
I believe if you type in,burning mouth syndrom, on your computer that you'll get some websites that dicuss that. Best of luck. Dee

mldsbmbb
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   Posted 4/20/2015 2:34 PM (GMT -7)   
I have also had BMS for years. After finally being correctly diagnosed I found a great oral medicine specialist, whom I now see regularly. I now have two tools that I use that do a pretty darn good job of managing my symptoms. 1) Doxepin Hydrochloride oral solution, USP (concentrate) equivalent to 10 mg/ml. of Doxepin – swish and spit, 3-4 times daily as needed. Works as a topical anesthetic. 2) A third to a half of a piece of sugar-free gum ( I use Trident Tropical Twist; I tried, and don’t recommend, anything “minty”) – “parked” at various places in the mouth. This apparently serves as a “distractor,” interrupting the faulty nerve signals. I also have TMD, so chewing gum is generally discouraged. However, just chewing to soften for a minute or so, then, I just periodically move the small portion of gum (about the size of a blueberry) around in my mouth, positioning wherever it feels comfortable, this helps a lot.

Anyway, hope that passing on these tips might help someone else.
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