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    Re: Burning tongue syndrome

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    Re: Burning tongue syndrome

    I take soloray magnesium asportate or however you spell it....been helping me with my IBS for over a year.
    However my GI dr. says to discontinue it, as it is giving me the runs (sorry) and also dehydrating me causing burning tongue and dry mouth with slimey saliva.....go figure?

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    I take soloray magnesium asportate or however you spell it....been helping me with my IBS for over a year.
    However my GI dr. says to discontinue it, as it is giving me the runs (sorry) and also dehydrating me causing burning tongue and dry mouth with slimey saliva.....go figure?
    It can give you the trots but you just need to take it every other day if that's the case. What do you mean by slimy saliva? Do you consume dairy products? That's a well known mucous producer.

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    I take the Magnesium to stay regular, it is rough going with IBS in the constipated stage. I once had to go to hospital for a few days from a collitis attack that constipation caused.

    What I have been experiencing is I guess dry mough where my tongue feels tingley and burns half of the time. Along with that my silava feels slimey, that is the thing
    that is very annoying. I went to dentist, 2 mds. and my GI dr. No one can pin point it. My GI dr says magnesium may be causing it and quit magnesium. I don't need the
    problems that I will have if I don't take it. GI dr. says to take Miralax instead. The magnesium is soloray all natural, the Miralax is a drug like thing.

    But if the Miralax can do the same thing that the magnesium can, than I will switch, however is it healthy to take Miralax 3 or 4 times a week. I don't like taking things that are not natural and I take alot of other supplements like B, C D3, etc from the health food store.

    The nutritionist from the health food store wants me to have a consult with an accupuncture person. He swares by him and that I will have my answer. So far no one knows what this really is and what is causing it. I do have one cup of joe in the am and a wine or beer at nite.

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    Re: Burning tongue syndrome

    I wish I could help but I've never encountered your problem before. Do you drink green tea? It would aid in digestion and the slight acidity might help your mouth. Crystallized ginger is good too.

    Drinking lots of water is never a bad idea either.

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    thank you so much, actually that is what my doctor said also, guess he was right. Thanks for your help I will start drinking more green tea.

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    Keep me posted, I'm interested in how things work out for you.

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    Re: Burning tongue syndrome - I suffer from Burning Tongue and have high IRON

    I suffer from Burning Tongue and have been to countless Doctors, finally found an oral specialist who tested me for Ferritin (IRON) and found very high counts in both - the following is from a paper from Saudi Arabia, I am now being tested and hopefully will be treated and cure my burning mouth. -

    "Hereditary hemochromatosis of tongue"

    "Recently, we have encountered the rare representation of this disease of the oral cavity associated with generalized burning sensation of the tongue. The diagnosis was established accidently, from the lab investigations, otherwise the patient was healthy and free from classical signs and symptoms of the disease. The patient was adequately treated by phlebotomy.(Bleeding) To conclude, all patients with a chief complaint of
    burning sensation of the oral cavity and tongue should be adequately screened for hereditary hemochromatosis to prevent the associated mortality and morbidity with the hemochromatosis.

    Taken from a research paper from Saudi Arabia -"

    So you have blood taken which lessens the iron etc and once levels are good, bleeding is only needed every 3 months or so and mouth should be rid of the burning sensation. I will let the forum know how I get on.

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    Thank you all for the information now I know that it is not something unknown. I will try stuff,like the vitamin b12 . I do seem to notice that when I drink coffee it gets worst, so I wonder.

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