Symptom: Itchy Roof Of Mouth

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Itchy Roof Of Mouth

Itchy roof of mouth is the irritating sensation on palate, or roof of the mouth, that makes you want to scratch it. Itchy roof of mouth is a very common symptom of seasonal allergies (called hay fever). Itchy roof of mouth caused by hay fever is usually accompanied by other allergy symptoms such as itchy, watery eyes; sneezing; coughing; congested nose; runny nose; itchy nose; and itchy throat. Pain in the face may also accompany itchy roof of mouth when caused by hay fever. Allergy symptoms, including itchy roof of mouth, can be triggered by exposure to common allergens such as mold, dust, pollen, and animal dander.

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extremely irritating, seems worse in a.m. and night.10/4/2015 at 02:31 PM
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Can be quite severe usually happens when eyes itch as well. Most disturbing. Comes and goes though, not always present5/27/2013 at 08:33 PM
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Does it occur frequently or come and go? Is there any pattern or consistency? Does it feel like anything else you have ever experienced?3/19/2013 at 01:06 AM
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This symptom drives my absolutely CRAZY!!! It is so bad at night I cannot sleep. I take Allegra everyday and use NasalCrom at night and if I miss one dose I'll suffer all night. The two medicines only help a little. I need something that will make it go away. I have had this problem for years and my mother and sister have it some also but not as bad as I do. I cannot state enough how miserable this itching is. Really wish I could find an answer or treatment.12/6/2012 at 08:42 AM
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MY GOD; this drives me totally CRAZY!!! It will not stop, been itchy for about 3 weeks now, constant. WHAT CAN I TAKE TO GET RID OF IT???? I took Allegra last year, and it helped. It's not doing good this year. Maybe I got immune to it? I NEED HELP!!!5/3/2012 at 04:21 PM
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