What is a hot mouth?


When a person suffers from the problem of hot mouth, he or she may feel a blazing or burnt sensation that most regularly influences your tongue, yet may likewise influence your lips, gums, sense of taste, throat or entire mouth; a feeling of dry mouth; changes or loss in taste, for example, a biting or metallic taste.

In severe cases, the symptoms of hot mouth may become worse with each passing day. Hot mouth problem may keep continue from few days to few weeks. In rare cases, signs may all of a sudden leave all alone or turn out to be less regular. A few sensations might be briefly soothed amid eating or drinking.

Hot mouth disorder more often than not doesn't bring about any observable physical changes to your tongue or mouth.
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