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Mouth Burning From Food Allergies?

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I have a question for those of you with multiple allergies out there....

I work at a health food store and mostly help out new celiacs when i can with learning about the right food choices, reading labels, etc. This customer came in today and said his symptoms include mouth burning, hot/cold chills, skin rash (looks like DH to me) and gastric symptoms such as getting ill after eating, constipation and then loose stools. He said he has been tested for common food allergies and non have thrown any red flags. To me this sounds like a food allergy/sensitivity. My question for those with multiple allergies is have any of you ever had the mouth burning sensation. All the other symptoms match my symptoms and my sister's(who is also celiac) except for the burning sensation. and this just struck me as strange. any input is appreciated as i have no idea about this and even though i will probably not see this customer again, it definitely has me curious

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How interesting that this comes up--- My daughter's 5th grade teacher had something called oral allergy syndrome and her mouth would burn when she ate raw fruits and vegetables. Cooked--fine. Raw--bad news.

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A friend of mine has oral allergies to fresh fruits. She opted to go with allergy shots and has gotten much better.

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wow do you think it could have something to do with the things they use when growing frush fruits and veggies? like pesticides or something? that is something i have never heard of. i never would have thought of that

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I've definitely have had an oral irritation to gluten. The glands under my tongue get this "pins and needles" kind of pain that drives me nuts.

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One of my Celiac symptoms was feelings of burning--in my mouth, on the soles of my feet, and at times I felt like my face was literally on fire. My skin would get hot to the touch--but not red. This was not a result of a fever--it would happen randomly.

After I went gluten-free, it subsided and hasn't happened in years now. It took probably a year-18 months to go completely away.

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I have a question for those of you with multiple allergies out there....

I work at a health food store and mostly help out new celiacs when i can with learning about the right food choices, reading labels, etc. This customer came in today and said his symptoms include mouth burning, hot/cold chills, skin rash (looks like DH to me) and gastric symptoms such as getting ill after eating, constipation and then loose stools. He said he has been tested for common food allergies and non have thrown any red flags. To me this sounds like a food allergy/sensitivity. My question for those with multiple allergies is have any of you ever had the mouth burning sensation. All the other symptoms match my symptoms and my sister's(who is also celiac) except for the burning sensation. and this just struck me as strange. any input is appreciated as i have no idea about this and even though i will probably not see this customer again, it definitely has me curious

Yes, I have Celiac, and Burning Mouth Syndrome.. I'm starting to notice that maybe they walk hand in hand.. I only started the Gluten Free Diet 3 days ago, but my burning mouth is better already.. :)

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i think i am allergic to soy

every time i eat or drink soy i have almost like a chemical burn in my throat along with a rash and various other symptoms

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I am new here, undiagnosed, and have the Burning Mouth Syndrome, especially after eating....anything.  I also have fatigue, rash, loose stools, and blurry vision (also after eating).  The above posts make me think that I should definitely consider food allergies and/or Celiac as the next steps in getting answers.  Current docs do not have a clue!!

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On 4/10/2010 at 6:36 PM, hannahp57 said:

I have a question for those of you with multiple allergies out there....

 

I work at a health food store and mostly help out new celiacs when i can with learning about the right food choices, reading labels, etc. This customer came in today and said his symptoms include mouth burning, hot/cold chills, skin rash (looks like DH to me) and gastric symptoms such as getting ill after eating, constipation and then loose stools. He said he has been tested for common food allergies and non have thrown any red flags. To me this sounds like a food allergy/sensitivity. My question for those with multiple allergies is have any of you ever had the mouth burning sensation. All the other symptoms match my symptoms and my sister's(who is also celiac) except for the burning sensation. and this just struck me as strange. any input is appreciated as i have no idea about this and even though i will probably not see this customer again, it definitely has me curious

 

I have not been diagnosed Celiac yet, but when I do gluten challenges, my mouth will chronically burn. It feels like a sunburn in my mouth! My tongue will also get chronically swollen and inflamed and will sort of peel off (similar to glossitis migrans) and I will also get aphthous ulcers at the same time. When I go gluten free, the mouth burning goes away. 

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    Sounds awful. My hit me a few days later this time. But I still feel the same three weeks later. Well, a little bit better as my headaches have worn off but I am still so dizzy and have numbness and tingling. It's so hard to concentrate. I feel horrendous but have been to the docs and hosp numerous times and they can't do anything.
    I sorta bump into walls a lot more, misjudge distances and hit my shoulder on door frames in a sort of totter fashion, catch myself almost falling sometimes on stairs, drop stuff, find I lose heat and cold sensitivity and often burn myself, or cut myself. These stick around for a while and slowly taper off. My ataxia normally hits hard the first day within hours of consuming the offending food I can lose full motor control and end up on the floor.
Thank you so much for your response. Do you get dizzy, well it's not dizzy, it's weird feeling where you feel like you are walking in space. And my skin just feels different, all nervy and more sensitive but not, like I can't feel as much.
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