I have a burning sensation on my tongue, towards the front. I also get some gum sloughing where my teeth meet my gums, which I think is exacerbated by hot coffee. I'm taking Prilosec for what I think is GERD and take Nasonex and Claritin D for chronic nasal allergies and post nasal drip.
While I get the classic "tongue plaque" at the back of my tongue, it comes off easily when brushing, never bleeds, and looks more yellow than white. There is absolutely no evidence of candida. Any ideas. I think it may be a new fissure. Would that burn and tingle?
Oh, and one more thing. I get a metallic taste in my mouth. Its really helped quell my appetite at least. I recently did a candida flush which did the trick -- I don't crave sugar at all and prefer a salad over everything else.
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