2. Loss of Taste
Can you imagine going through life without having the sense of taste? Eating would be a very different experience and nowhere near as pleasing as it usually is for us. This will likely lead to a loss of appetite, while it also runs the risk of us putting something in our mouth that is rotten. One symptom of burning mouth syndrome is that the patient will lose their sense of taste. They will often lose their sense of taste only partially, while some patients will find that they have difficulty tasting anything at all. The symptom should hopefully clear up completely once the underlying cause has been addressed.