I can not figure out if a certain food, anxiety, or what causes this to happen. Any suggestions out there?
I feel your pain! My BMS can disappear for days then all of a sudden it's back!
So frustrating and depressing. I have had BMS for 2 years now. I associate it with certain foods that flare it up. Certain salts, sugars and preservatives make it worse. I try and eat as CLEAN as possible and this seems to keep it on the down low. I take BENADRYL/Diphenhydramine HCI 25mg when burning is at a high level. Seems to help me along with magic mouthwash prescribed by my dentist!
Hope this helps!
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