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swollen mouth while eating

i wonder if any of you can help me with this persistent irritation.

from time to time (usually while eating or smoking) the roof of my mouth will swell up with little nodules. the swelling isn't severe but is painful and is also accompanied by sweating around the face and brow.

the swelling reduces quickly if i stop eating (or smoking) and disapears completely after 15 minutes or so if i make an effort to keep my tongue away from the roof of my mouth.

this seems to be related to food; if i skip a meal or two it makes the swelling much worse.

i'm 25 and i'm in good general health. this has been effecting me for 2-3 years now

if anyone could shed any light on this for me i would be very grateful.
  yerbooty on 2005-05-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
You might consider the smoking also. You must know by now that cigaretts are no longer the cigaretts of long ago. They are practically 90% man-made junk. Your body may have become sensitive to something in them.

You will know more if you try natural, or roll your own. Of course it would be more beneficial to quit. I understand how hard it is, but this may tell you a lot.

You have to examine your food intake and see which you are sensitive to. One would have a time deciding if it was the smoking or the foods unless you cut one out to test the other.

Let us know if you have any clues in your search and we'll try to help.

Blessings, Sabra
sabra last decade

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