Since I know MR loves to answer my medical questions For the past couple of days the inside of my mouth has become very sensitive. Everything in it (gums, tongue, cheek, throat etc.) feels like it's been slightly burned and feels a little swollen. I haven't been eating anything out of the ordinary, and I don't have any allergies. I was eating a slice of pizza the other night, and I was like damn, this cheese pizza is hella spicy. I got this burning feeling in the back of my throat, and realized how sensitive it had gotten. My friends said the pizza wasn't spicy at all, nor hot. I thought it might go away after a good sleep but it's still here. It's hard to eat anything that is remotely spicy, or intense in flavor. I don't see a change inside my mouth (color, & overall looks). I'm clueless. Yes, I will see doctor if necessary, but for now I wanna know what you guys make of it. Thanks guys.