@laniv Thank you and others who responded about trulicity. Drug website posts all kinds of dire warnings.
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@judybl1 That's the problem. Research seems to indicate that there are numerous causes of BMS. Having seen top oral pathologists in NYC and Boston, I learned that they have little to offer: certainly no cure and very little effective treatment. One thing I learned was that medical opinion is that this is neurological–that is, the nerves on tongue and other places are severely damaged. They can regenerate, but it takes an extremely long time. Sometimes never.
@swift You are very courageous. Sending love and prayers for all who are suffering.
@ristu Never noticed that burning moth syndrome is worse in the cold weather. It is worse in the morning. If anyone wants to do the work, the NIH has a collection of dozens of scientific articles on BMS, It was recommended to me to read them and find a doc who treats it successfully. I have not done that yet.