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However, the pain started to ease after Riitta, who works at Aberdeen Art Gallery, was referred to an acupuncturist for a sinus problem and a sore mouth.
The pill box contains a long list of these, including sore mouth, dizziness, hot flushes, nausea, and stomach ache.
The doctors think he will lose his hair over the next week or so and he will develop other side effects like losing his appetite and having a sore mouth.
I got pins and needles in my hands and feet, a sore mouth and I lost my hair.
She was surprised to discover that she had become so anaemic when the only problem she noticed was her sore mouth.
Rubbing her sore mouth, the 23-year-old wailed: "I don't want a chipped tooth.
Sickness, indigestion, belching, abdominal cramps, stomach ulcers, ulcerative colitis, constipation, inflammation of pancreas, skin rashes, sensitivity to sunlight, tiredness, difficulty with sleeping, irritability, depression, tremor, disorientation, ringing in ears, taste alteration, swelling due to water retention, tightness of the chest, diarrhoea, loss of appetite, vertigo, dizziness, bleeding from intestine or bloody diarrhoea, sore mouth and tongue, back pains, mouth ulcers, hair loss, drowsiness, impaired hearing, seizures, anxiety, mood changes, memory disturbances, changes in vision, bad dreams, allergic reactions, palpitations and impotence.
Recurrent sore mouth can also be linked with infections, especially Candida.
I have suffered many different health problems over the years, including IBS, sore mouth and ulcers, vaginal thrush, cystitis, itchy eyes, nose and ears, painful muscles and joints.
When she complained of a sore mouth, an emergency clinic doctor said she had thrush.
Poorly fitting dentures, lost dentures, sore mouths and broken teeth are just some of the problems that patients and care homes have reported, with the issue having a significant impact on older people.
The programme team are working with ward staff to assess the need for specially adapted oral hygiene equipment, such as toothbrushes which can be attached to suction tubes for patients at serious risk of choking, or toothpastes made for people with very dry or sore mouths.