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Burning Mouth Syndrome. I have it very severe.
Ok.A few questions.
Who told you how much to take ? Doe it bring relief ? Reduced pain and /or inflammation ? Thanks, Stu
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@ristu No one told me to take the Vit. B 12; I just discovered that it worked for me by beginning to take it for some other reason. I have Fibromyalgia and keep up with the latest information as much as I can. The Vit D 3 is because I live in rainy Seattle where we don't have a lot of sunshine in the winter/spring months.
@ristu I don't have any pain in my mouth now, unless I eat really acidic foods such as lemons, strawberries, walnuts, and raw pineapple. When I was younger none of these things bothered me and I ate a lot of them. Even when walnuts are baked or cooked, they continue to make my tongue and mouth hurt.
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