Burning mouth syndrome

what to do for this terrible issue
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elvis1955
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Date Joined Mar 2017
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   Posted 3/12/2017 2:44 PM (GMT -7)   
Im a 62 female and about 2 months ago I started with this BMS
dOES ANYONE OUT THERE HAVE ANY PROBLEMS WITH THIS MOST PAINFUL ISSUE?pLEASE HELP i HAVE TRIED ALL OF THE NATRUAL AILMENTS FOR IT i HAVE A sPECIALIST APPT ON tUES AFTERNOON BUT THIS PROBLEM IS NOT ALLOWING ME TO DO NOTHING iM LIKE A PRISNOR IN MY OWN HOME sad
i ALSO HAVE TRIED gABAPENTIN and it did not work at all just made me completely droozy please any help would be so wonderful the pain is unbearable please help???????????????????????My mouth feels someone is pouring salt onto an open wound The pain is so bad and severe I do not knmow where to put myself

PLEASE PLEASE HELP???

straydog
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   Posted 3/12/2017 5:12 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello & welcome to Healing Well. Over the years we have had members come through here that were suffering with this condition. I have read about people mixing Maalox, childrens benadryl & water & swishing their moth with it to Botox injections. Some think it was caused by dental work to grinding their teeth. The best thing is keep your appt with the specialist. By chance will you be seeing a neurologist? I ask because some of those old threads the people saw a neurologist. I don't know how long you tried the Gabapentin, but the side effects usually go away in 2-3 weeks. It can take a couple of months also to get to the dosage required to be beneficial. It is not an instant relief type of medication.

I do hope you get some answers when you see the specialist. Take care.
Susie
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