When your tongue feels like it's burning (and not because of spicy or hot food)


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Middle-aged to older women in particular tend to suffer from BMS, also known as glossodynia. — dpa

You may think nothing of it if you feel a burning sensation on your tongue, and it may go away by itself after a little while.

Sometimes it doesn’t though, and the sensation can affect other areas in your mouth or lips.

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