burning mint sensation

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i have a minty cold/burning sensation in the back of my mouth and burning round my eyes and nose, and in my back

this has been going on for 8 months i have had an MRI ( every thing ok) cammera up my nose

all looked ok,

i have been to the dentist no issues there the doctors and myself are at a loss please can any one help

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    Maybe it is an allergic reaction. Have you been round any fumes or been in a different environment than you have been before? Even paint fumes can cause allergic reactions in some people. Maybe try an antihistamine to see if it helps.

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      No not been in any different environment I have tried cutting out different foods and drink. tried just drinking water for 24h but nothing changed.

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      have you tried antihistamine? Ask your doctor for a full allergy test, it could be something like dust mites maybe. Maybe some dye or fabric in an item of clothing or blanket. It could be a preservative in washing powder or gel or maybe a shower gel, shampoo or soap. Anyway, if you ask for a full allergy test you may get closer to finding out if it is allergy related.

      It may be a good idea to see an opthamologist, if your eyes are burning you may have an infection or an eye condition that could affect your vision.

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