When I exercise the burning in my mouth gets worse. I am wondering if anyone else experiences that? Seems obvious that when the body temp goes up burning would increase.
I guess that would make sense because it seems to go away while sleeping and returns as the day goes on when you are more active and eating. I think stress is a factor too! I also wonder if certain foods are a factor. My BMS went away for about a year and then it returned???
did/does anyone in your family have Neuropathy? My dad had non-diabetic Neuropathy in his feet & I wonder if that is connection. BMS is also in the Neuropathic pain family. I also have Eagle's Syndrome (ES) You may want to look that up as i've read that could also be a connection. It's hard to detect (took 15 yrs to find that out) Went to many ENT's & it was finally detected on a Cat Scan.
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