Discussions By Condition: Mouth conditions

cannot diagnose

Posted In: Mouth conditions 2 Replies
  • Posted By: mshearer
  • June 28, 2008
  • 02:32 PM

My ex wife has suffered from a chronic mouth disorder for at least 12 months. She is a bipolar sufferer and has been on medication for about 6 years. Her symptoms are a very sore mouth (dr's admit she does appear to have some swelling and inflammation of the gums)She continually states that her teeth and gums always feel like they have food stuck to them however she has seen various dentists, dr's etc and nobody can diagnose anything. It is to the point that all she can eat is soup and has done do for several weeks now which now causes additional problems. The condition to her is so bad that she wonders if life is worth living...if anybody has any suggestions???

Reply Flag this Discussion

2 Replies:

  • My ex wife has suffered from a chronic mouth disorder for at least 12 months. She is a bipolar sufferer and has been on medication for about 6 years. Her symptoms are a very sore mouth (dr's admit she does appear to have some swelling and inflammation of the gums)She continually states that her teeth and gums always feel like they have food stuck to them however she has seen various dentists, dr's etc and nobody can diagnose anything. It is to the point that all she can eat is soup and has done do for several weeks now which now causes additional problems. The condition to her is so bad that she wonders if life is worth living...if anybody has any suggestions??? What meds is she taking?DOM
    acuann 3080 Replies Flag this Response
  • sodium viprate of something like that
    mshearer 1 Replies Flag this Response
Thanks! A moderator will review your post and it will be live within the next 24 hours.