Burning Mouth Syndrome has a long evolution without change.
Starts suddenly without apparent cause in people over 45 years old and at menopause, usually after a visit to the dentist.
It manifests itself during the day and decreasing the symptoms disappear before bedtime.
It affects more women than men in a ratio 8 to 2. May disappear from 3 to 7 years after its inception.
Although the diagnosis is not recording or disabling, the patient is a constant annoyance and discomfort coming to avoid eating certain foods or drink hot or cold liquids.
As time passes, the person will fall in a stronger stress that harms your mood. The desperation of people for not finding a solution, increases with each medical visit and after failed attempts with medications or remedies.

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