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Here's A New One... Peeling Mouth
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I've seen that sore tongue and some mouth problems can be both symptoms of celiac and/or B vitamin deficiencies, but on the old posts here, most people say it cleared up after going gluten-free.

I'm 6 months gluten-free this week and am only rarely glutened anymore (yipee!! :) ) But suddenly I have this sore, cracked tongue, enlarged taste buds, and even weirder, peeling skin on the inside of my lips and cheeks.

I know I've had a B2 dificiency because I had cracked corners on my mouth, but that cleared up pretty quick from the mega-B vitamins I'm now taking.

Then this thing just started all of a sudden.

Anyone else had it or know what it is?

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B vitamin overdoses can cause some nasty symptoms, you may want to look into that if you've been megadosing on stuff for awhile. Not sure if mouth sores are one of them.

I seem to constantly have a very dry tongue with sores on it, and I've cycled through some foods trying to avoid it with possible success, but definitely no peeling skin. Last I looked at things it looked at my mouth it looked almost like regular cold sores, and I wouldn't be surprised if, for myself, it's just herpes flare-ups.

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