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Posted by: Derek | 2004/11/05

Burning mouth after eating fruit

Hi

I have a problem where my mouth burns after eating most fruit as well as raw peanuts and raw vegetables. If cooked I can eat as normal without any burning sensation.

Can someone assist me with curing this - I have had this for about 15 years

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Derek, it sounds like you just have a sensitive mouth, but why don’t you see an ENT specialist and ask him to have a look? In the meantime you can try using Mucaine® as a mouthwash when your mouth burns. Good luck.

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