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Blister In The Corner Of My Mouth
Hello, I have this cluster of blisters in the corner of my mouth. It came up quickly. It looks like a cold sore, however, it doesn't hurt or tingle.?
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
I can't tell if I have three small cuts or cold sore blisters in the corner of my mouth. I had dental work done on that same side of my mouth.
I recently popped two blisters on the corner of my mouth and a clear fluid came out. I did not have pain, swollen lymph nodes or crusty scabs. Hsv-1?
I'm having blisters around d corner if my mouth. This occurs often. What causes this & how can I treat it. I also have blisters when I have toothache?
I have a red patch on one side of the corner of my mouth, I thought it may be a coldsore, but there seems to be no blisters. What could it be?
Needs an evaluation.: You could ask your pcp or perhaps a dentist. Could be infectious, or more serious and you should not put off having it evaluated. Read more
I have a cluster of bumps on the corner of my mouth which itches and randomly appeared. What could this be? Looks like possibly Turning into blisters.
Since a few months I have a returning sore crack on right corner of my mouth. Could it be herpes even though I never had any blisters? Or what is it?
I have a spot on the corner of my mouth almost like a pimple that will not go away. Its not a fever blister or a cold sore. What can I do?
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I've had a cold; but I have this small, painless bump on the corner of my mouth. I have been tested, I'm STD free. Doesn't look like blister not red?
I ve tiny bunch of blisters around near corner of mouth and its growing slowly, please can u advice of possibilities?
Two possibilities: It could be infection with a herpes virus; typically hsv 1 which causes oral lesions often times associated with stress, sun exposure or other illnes. Genital herpes which is hsv2, can also cause oral lesions so you should see your doctor for treatment. Angular chelitis can cause inflammation in the corner of your mouth; it can have several causes but moisture that accumulates at night is one. Read more
Perleche: Often dry, red or cracked rashes in the corner of the mouth are caused by a yeast infection and is known as perleche. Over-the-counter anti-fungal creams can often help. Fever blisters can occur in the corner of the mouth as well, but are treated with prescription anti-viral medicines. Read more
Corners of mouth have been dry and burning on and off for three weeks with no redness and no signs of blisters or cracking.
Cheilitis: First make sure you are not on a fad diet that depletes nutrients and vitamins. Cheilitis (lips) and glossitis (tongue) are classic for vitamin deficiency. Take daily multivitamins and supplemental vitamin C 1000mg per day. Apply moisturizing lip balm. If these measures fail, go see a dermatologist. Read more
How to tell difference between fordyces spots and HPV on lip? Tiny white clusters in corner of mouth, across top lip. Painless. Not blisters/oozing
Fordyce granules: You are describing Fordyce granules. Fordyce granules do not usually wax and wane like herpes labialis (aka fever blisters). Herpes labialis has a prodral tingly different sensation on the lips before the blisters form. Herpes labialis forms fluid filled blisters that rupture and takes about 2 weeks to heal. Fordyce granules do no blisterand are not painful. They are simply ectopic sweat glands Read more
I have what look to be a blister I n right corner of bottom lip. Also my tongue gets sore if I eat any thing spicy, salty, tarty. Dryness of mouth.?
Does sound like it: Dry mouth can cause what you describe. The lip corner is call 'angular cheilosis'. Multiple medication can cause the dry mouth. There are dry mouth substitutes on the market -- biotene is one of the better known. There are prescription products to help with the lip and dry mouth also. Look for a good, caring, dentist. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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