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    Burning sensation in mouth..
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    Stacy831 posted:
    I have been experiencing a burning sensation in my mouth for a few days now. It started with what felt like sores on the underside of my tongue(left side) now the tip burns along with the upper and lower front sides of my lips on the inside. I do not consume spicy foods and I haven't eaten anything too hot lately so I am not sure what could be going on. I am a smoker which is why I am a little concerned. On average I smoke 10+ per day and sometimes less. I also experience discomfort while brushing my teeth and eating all types of foods. I know that you cannot dx me via the internet but I would like a bit of advise as to what it could be and if your thoughts lean towards seeking medical attention. Please advise!!
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