Burning Tongue

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Hi All 

could anyone advise me on what to take for a burning tongue, also woke through the night and had to change my pj I was wet through with sweat, is there anything for this, it doesn't happen often at the moment, every few weeks 

sue xx

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    Hi sue

    burning tongue, mouth etc can be a peri symptom, but always best to check with your doctor, peri is a good time to get routine blood tests, check all is okay, and not lacking anything.

    in my earl peri, my blood sugars rose, and my chloresterol ..all okay now,  Blood protein was low, still is.. I have routine bloods done annually and my B12 checked aswell now ..

    jay xx

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    Sue 

    this may help.. ( not written by me) its info i have collected and shared ..

    https://patient.info/forums/discuss/66-peri-menopause-menopause-symptoms-you-may-experience-which-may-help-some-ladies-271903

    jay x

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    Hi Jay

    i have had loads of blood tests, just one last month, these were all full blood tests, everything showed up good, I told them about my burning tongue at my doctors and hospital and they said they didn't know what was causing it, my doctor said may be was acid which they have now controlled. Thanks for your info though, as usual you are a great help. Xx

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      Hi sue 

      oh that good you had all checked, another thing ticked off the list 

      well done, try not to worry about peri, or over think .. This causes anxiety ..

      you will experience lots of weird stuff on the way 

      jay x

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