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I finished chemo & radiation for tonsil carcinoma about six months ago, and I am trying to find out if I will ever be able to eat food (mostly sauces) that contain vinegar, without my mouth burning ?

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  • CivilMatt
    CivilMatt Member Posts: 4,722 Member
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    welcome

    Walt333,

    Welcome to H&N 2017.

    Yes, In 2018 you will most lonely eat food (mostly sauces) that contain vinegar, without (maybe) your mouth burning.

    I like them very much.

    Matt

  • Chilinily
    Chilinily Member Posts: 15
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    Ask your doc to check for

    Ask your doc to check for thrush/candida. My throat & tongue were so soar, months after radiation. Finally he suggested a 10 day perscription of fluconazol, followed by continuing with one pill a week. No pain since for 4 months now. Finally!I still have very dry mouth & throat, but the thrush stays gone. One year since radiation finished. Good luck getting help.

  • Walt333
    Walt333 Member Posts: 4
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    CivilMatt said:

    welcome

    Walt333,

    Welcome to H&N 2017.

    Yes, In 2018 you will most lonely eat food (mostly sauces) that contain vinegar, without (maybe) your mouth burning.

    I like them very much.

    Matt

    Thank you for the info I cant

    Thank you for the info I cant wait it seems vinegar is in just about everything that makes food go down easier

     

  • Walt333
    Walt333 Member Posts: 4
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    Chilinily said:

    Ask your doc to check for

    Ask your doc to check for thrush/candida. My throat & tongue were so soar, months after radiation. Finally he suggested a 10 day perscription of fluconazol, followed by continuing with one pill a week. No pain since for 4 months now. Finally!I still have very dry mouth & throat, but the thrush stays gone. One year since radiation finished. Good luck getting help.

    thank you I will look into

    thank you I will look into that for sure