I recently had a colonoscopy for GI involvement but was surprised to see that most of the pictures were of the roof of my mouth, not my colon. In my 5 seconds with the dr after he told my I have mucositis as a part of Behcet's and showed me these areas around the roof of my mouth that looked like small, shallow craters. I never looked there before, and my rheumatologist at my visit a few days before said "my mouth looks fine" so it's not easy to see unless you have a good light and angle. Curious if others have this as well as a constant sensation that you burned your mouth on something hot. Gets pretty annoying because it hurts to eat (in a different way than the typical apthous ulcers) plus I can't taste anything.
I asked him what to do and he said "just treat the Behcet's"