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Medicine For Heat Burn Of Mouth Or Tongue
Prickly heat or allergic reaction to opiate painkiller? — painful burning sensation over whole body & face, dry mouth, tight dry throat, racing heart.
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
What would cause the throat, tongue and mouth to burn? Tests on heart have been done, heart is fine. Many medicines for GERD they don't help.
Burning Mouth: Syndrome is something dentists are trained to help you with. Since it would seem you have ruled out other systemic problems (heart & GERD) you should talk to your dentist who may be able to identify a medication you take now that causes it or detect a fungal problem which is the most common reason for burning mouth and find solutions. ...Read more
Sulfa drug for bladder infection.then oral thrush with nystatin. White patches gone but mouth /tongue still burning feeling.how long until better?
What would you do if your mouth, especially your tongue, and even sometimes your lips feel like they burn and sting all the time I've been to the doctor with this, only to get nystatin mouth rinse, you gargle and swallow — put the medicine in both cheeks.
Not Yeast : Its entirely possible that the condition is not a yeast infection, hence Nystatin won't work. Many oral conditions, vitamin deficiency, lichen planus, hormonal deficiency, medications, dry mouth, etc. May cause burning tongue and mouth. See a good oral surgeon or oral pathologist at a local dental school. ...Read more
How do I get better my symptoms of burning mouth syndrome? Some advice whether I should take medicine?
BMS: Please see a local Periodontist, Oral Surgeon or Oral Pathologist to discuss this. There is no general rule we can give you without knowing your complete medical and dental history, etc. This requires a one on one exam and consultation. ...Read more
Yep!: Usually within 2-3 days. If not, see your dentist! ...Read more
After a while of taking my gonorrhoea drugs I began feeling this burning sensation on my tongue and its white.
Yeast infection / overgrowth can occur, when one is on long term antibiotics and the "good" bacteria are destroyed along with the bad bacteria.
See the doctor who prescribed your medication to determine if a change in drugs needs to be made and to treat your tongue infection.
It is often beneficial to take probiotics or eat yogurt w/ active cultures about 2 hours after each antibiotic dose. ...Read more
I have a burn from putting cold sore medicine on my tongue. The burn is underneath and very painful what can I do?
Hi, Doctor my mouth roof and inside mouth area is totally red too much pain and its burn plz tell me medicine which I use, I am in saudia plz.thnx?
See a dentist: Some toxin, pathogen, or allergen is the cause of the redness and pain. Rule out VOCs as cause. ...Read more
Tongue feels diffusely burnt, painful to heat +halitosis; a few papillae have turned white. Whatis? (+gum abscess persistent post root canal revision)
Tongue symptoms: While I can't be certain, from what you say, the halitosis probably comes from your gum abscess (bacterial odor). The changes in your tongue could be due to an overgrowth of yeast germs (fungi) than can happen when you take an antibiotic; this could cause the redness, tenderness, and white patches. Other causes of the tongue changes could be inflammation (glossitis) due to allergy or infection. ...Read more
Does the mouth wash they give you after having your wisdom teeth removed burn/cause pain.
It's 0.12% of medicine I can't remember the name as of now?
Chlorhexidine: The mouthwash you were likely given is 0.12% Chlorhexidine and goes by the names of perioguard or perished. It can cause a little burning due to its alcohol content especially is you rinse too aggressively or for too long of time. Think of how listerine burns your gums when you rinse with it. The keys are to rinse gently for about 30 seconds two times per day (unless your doctor said differently) ...Read more
Burning mouth syndrome wrecked my mouth. Teeth are crumbling and have an infection with pus. Multiple sites. On cipro (ciprofloxacin). Is this an appropriate drug?
Burning mouth syndro:
Burning mouth syndrome does not cause crumbling teeth or gum infections. Dry mouth due to lack or loss of saliva can cause rampant decay if there is poor oral hygiene. Infections with pus sounds like gum disease, but may be due to a systemic disease.
Cipro is not known as a treatment for burning mouth or gum disease.
You need to coordinate treatment between your dentist and physician. ...Read more
I've been having mouth problems mostly tongue it tingles and burns all the time worsens at night what is this help please?
Seek help: Could be a number of things. Burning mouth syndrome, for example, is a generalized, non-specific burning within the oral cavity that could be caused by dry mouth, hormonal changes, fungal infection, acid reflux, neuropathy, or ill-fitting dentures just to name a few. Try to identify what makes it better or worse, and seek professional help to try to identify the etiology. Best of luck! ...Read more
I have sores In both corners of mouth that burn when tongue touches. I've been under stress. Would that cause them?
When I eat pineapple my tongue burns for 2 days n sometimes I get sores in my mouth could I be allergic or is this normal?
Acidic foods: Pineapple is a very acidic and rough food to eat. It is very common for this to bother your tongue after eating it. It happens to me. I doubt your response is an allergy. Lay off citrus for a few days and things should improve. Also avoid extremely hot, spicy or acidic foods while this is healing. ...Read more
I have a bunch of tiny bubbles on the line that connect my tongue to the bottom of my mouth, what it could be I have no pain, burn, or itch.?
Mucous cysts: Consult your physician and dentist. Without a photo these sound like benign cysts, but must be examined. ...Read more
My tongue has had a burning sensation for 2 weeks. I use biotene mouth wash, suck on ice chips with no relief. What could this be?
My tongue lips and mouth feel like they're burning, and I can't really taste anything I eat or drink very well. Any ideas what could cause this?
Burning mouth?: Hard to know without examining you and learning more. There is a condition known as burning mouth syndrome. Irritants such as certain (especially spicy) foods, hygiene product (mouthwash? Or dental implants can exacerbate) Infection (yeast), autoimmune disorders, vitamin deficiency, hormone changes (greater incidence with menopause) and medication side effects are also suspects. ...Read more
What causes a burning sensation on left side of tongue due to having top n bottom left wisdoms out 2wks.I've been feeling burning in my mouth 5 days?
Careful: Correlation isn't the same as causation. Burning mouth sensations are caused by several possible factors including allergies, hormonal diseases, medications, nutritional deficiencies, and acid reflux as well as infection. It may have nothing to do with your recent extractions or it may be a complication of that procedure. Go back to the extracting dentist for an evaluation. ...Read more
It feels like I have small cuts on my gum on my bottom mouth, and it burns abit, what can this be? Feels like a pimple on my tongue as well
See dentist: This could be a number of things possible allergy, viral, trauma, and other causes. The only way to know for sure is to, have a dentist look at your mouth. Call today. ...Read more
26 y/o female. Dry/Burning tongue for 1.5 days, .5 days of jaw hurting when opening wide or biting hard. No history of jaw/mouth problems. Slight tmj.
Possible glossitis: Is an inflammation (redness, swelling, pain, burning) of the tongue. Burning is one of the common symptoms of the glossitis. Most cases of glossitis are minor and can be treated with home remedies. The main causes of glossitis are: allergy, infection, medication side effect or injury to the tongue, and nutritional deficiencies. See your PCP for physical and labs. ...Read more