glossodynia

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Synonyms for glossodynia

pain in the tongue

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Given the limited published evidence for natural medicine solutions to this condition, I was attracted to this new study on the use of alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) as a treatment, although it's not the first study on ALA for burning mouth syndrome.
Seventy-two patients who met International Headache Society criteria for burning mouth syndrome were instructed to place a 1-mg tablet of clonazepam in their mouths after each meal and suck on it for 3 minutes, holding their saliva in the painful areas of the mouth without swallowing.
The age- and gender-adjusted incidence of burning mouth syndrome during 2000-2010 in Olmsted County, Minn.
on the patients with burning mouth syndrome, administration of clonazepam relieved the pain [23].
Some middle-aged women may begin to experience a burning sensation in the lips, palate and tongue--a poorly understood (and difficult to diagnose) condition known as burning mouth syndrome.
a) Burning Mouth Syndrome (12)-Some patients complain of burning sensation in wearing complete denture.
The term burning mouth syndrome is synonymous with stomatodynia, stomatopyrosis, glossopyrosis, glossodynia, sore mouth, sore tongue and oral dysesthesia.
Joined by orofacial pain specialists and others from the US, they address the 30 most common conditions, including neuropathic and musculoskeletal pain, headache, oral mucositis and oral ulcerations, orofacial pain and other co-morbidities in oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal cancer patients, burning mouth syndrome, masticatory myogenous pain, temporomandibular joint arthritis, oral motor disorders, and uncommon orofacial pain disorders, and their clinical characteristics and evidence-based treatment approaches, and the top 60 medications and their use.
5,11 burning mouth syndrome,12 para functional habits,13 stroke and Parkinson's disease.
My dentist thinks I may have burning mouth syndrome.
Chapter 5 reviews the management of 15 oral conditions, ranging from common oral problems such as xerostomia and candidiasis, to less commonly encountered conditions, such as pemphigus, osteitis, and burning mouth syndrome.
DEAR AFI: My mother has been suffering from burning mouth syndrome for years.
BURNING mouth syndrome (BMS) can affect any area of the mouth and is especially common in women during or after the menopause.