8 years of chronic burning pain. The anniversary has passed, and so we start on the 9th year.
I have always had this feeling that something good just might come out of all of this mess, and with the help of my friend Dennis from the Facebook Support Group for BMS, I think that “something good” may have made its appearance. Continue reading
Many of these posts that follow this one first appeared on another blog I have called, “Kali’s OQM Musings,” that explores the parallels between parenting and management, along with some personal life writing. If you are interested in those topics, feel free to check in!
Burning Mouth Syndrome became a very popular topic on that blog, and it was suggested that I break these posts out into their own venue.
My goal is to share some of my journey with this mysterious, and incredibly persistent syndrome, and perhaps to help you along the way.
Stop in any time, comment if you wish, and if there is a question I can help you with, I will be happy to do so.
If you are here for information about Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) and my journey with it, you are in the right place.
I am continuing the information I shared in “A Pattern of Pain – Burning Mouth Syndrome, so feel free to read that post first if you haven’t already.
I outlined my experience with Klonopin/Clonazepam ODT Dissolving wafers and how much better they seemed to manage my pain. This is still the case, but I wish I could tell you that I was completely out of pain, or better yet, in remission. Neither is true, unfortunately. I have good days and bad days, but fewer bad days than I used to.
A couple of months ago, I became curious about these bad days. They had become more sporadic, but why? What was different on those days that made my usual therapy nearly ineffective? Continue reading