Oral problems

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Oral problems can occur as part of the range of signs and symptoms in ME/CFS. These include bruxism, canker soress, changes in taste, dry mouth, gingivitis/gum disease, sensitive teeth, Sjögren's syndrome (Sicca syndrome), sore throat and temporomandibular joint syndrome.

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