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whenever I breathe in I get achey/cold feeling in the mouth

I’m currently living in Connecticut where it’s allergy season and we’re in the midths of turning from summer to fall, whenever I breathe in I get achey/cold feeling in the mouth what is this a sign of??
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973741 tn?1342342773
Oh my gosh, allergy season has been terrible this year!  I'm in the  Midwest and where my allergy medication (just take otc claritan) has held me steady in the past several years, not so this year.  I'm itching and running like crazy.  So, you breath in and get this sensation?  Could be allergies but what about teeth issues? Any issues with your gums?  Lots of nerves there.  And what about your sinuses?  Do you take any allergy medication?
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