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Can You Get Pimples Inside Your Mouth
Small pimple in back sides/roof of mouth, soft tissue. 1 to 2 days get bigger, annoying, then pop. No pain. Then another. Maybe 1 per week.
Oral surgeon: Hard to say without exam. See oral surgeon when bumps are present for diagnosis. ...Read more
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
Abscess not pimple: A "pimple" located on the gums several (5-8) millimeters away from the gumline would often be a nerve that has gone bad in the tooth and either root canal treatment or tooth removal are recommended treatment. If it is located close to the gumline, then that is a periodontal (gum) abscess. See your dentist if you have any swelling in your mouth. ...Read more
Pimple in mouth: A pustule in the mouth will express yellow fluid when disturbed. But, if this looks like a clear bubble, that is something different. This is A mucocele. It is a crushed minor salivary gland that can not release its fluid into the mouth. The fluid backs up and the tissue ballons out. Eventually this breaks and heals or may start all over again. If it becomes larger than a pea have a DDS/DMD check ...Read more
Can you please tell me some good ways to get rid of this white cold sore/pimple thing on my mouth?
See a dentist: Since we can't see and therefore diagnose what you have over the internet, it's best to see a dentist who can determine what you have and what needs to be done. ...Read more
I had a pimple of my face close to my mouth that I popped last week and is now an open sore. It doesn't hurt or itch but I can't get rid of it. What d?
Dangerous area face?: A pimple close to the mouth may be in the dangerous area of the face as the infection from this area has a potential to be carried onto brain through a vein called angular facial vein which opens into cavernous sinus inside the skull which are venous (blood) containing spaces on either side of bone called sphenoid bone in base of skull. Many important nerves are in those sinuses. Consult MD ...Read more
I get small red pimples that don't come to head on cheeks. They cluster together around my nose/mouth almost making it look like I have whiskers, help?
Cystic pimple on the outside lining of my mouth I tried popping but nothing comes out it just gets bigger how do I get rid of it because its embarras?
Pimple: It looks like it is a pimple day. You may have a cyst. ...Read more
Many answers: Itchiness may mean that you may be allergic to something the area surrounding your mouth has been in contact with. The potential allergens range from food, juice, or even toothpaste but the skin rash may not occur until 2-3 days after the contact or as early as minutes after depending on the allergic mechanism. If you can't find the answer, you need to see a dermatologist. ...Read more
I have spider bites at the corner of my mouth and they're small and kind of look like pimples. What could I do to get rid of it?
Does hormonal acne ever go away? Ways to prevent it? The only time I ever get acne is right before my time of the month. It is usually only one or two pimples. It is always in the same general area - chin/mouth and it is really frustrating how it always
Hi, I took Plan B and this one pimple on the corner of my mouth is still there, possibly a cold sore. How do I get rid of it? Neosporin has been help.
I have two clear pimple like bump in the back of my mouth between the tonsils. It feel like it's a tonsil stone but it's not. How can I get rid of it?
Mouth lesions: Hard to say. They most likely will go away on there own ...Read more
I have small pimple on my penis and I haven't shave in a mouth or 3 because I was scared so I'm guessing I have Razor Burn. Any way to get rid of them?
Where exactly is it?: If pimple is near hair growth at base of shaft then it may be a pimple, if not near hair then have parent schedule you to see dermatologist ...Read more
Can you get canker sores on your lip? I get a lot of canker sores in my mouth so was thinking if its possible. And pimples on lips?
Could be: Herpetic clusters. Difficult to diagnose without a clinical exam. Canker sores can be present on the inner aspect of the lips. Hope this helps. ...Read more
I have small whitehead pimples on the corner of my mouth that follow my lip line and they won't go away (it's been a week) how can I get rid of them?
Squeeze: These are quite common. Usually tiny and visible only when closely observed with skin pulled tight. Need not be treated. If you can tolerate some pain you can squeeze them out. ...Read more
Hi, I'm just wondering, hoe can you tell the difference between acne and perioral dermatitis? I'm 18 years old and these red bumps around my mouth some look like small pimples. Also if it is perioral dermatitis, what's the best way to get rid of it? T
Need to be seen: Cannot guess without visual inspection at the least, see your doctor or dermatologist for management, good luck ...Read more
Is it common to get like a sore/ blister in your ears that makes your ear drum hurt. I also get them in my mouth to. Don't look anything like pimples?
Sore/blister: The sore/blister has to be examined to be diagnosed. Have your Physician or an ENT specialist look into your ear. Have your Dentist or an Oral Surgeon examine the sore/blister in hour mouth. May or may not be from the same causative agent. ...Read more
No: You cannot get a traditional "pimple" on your tongue like on your skin. A pimple on the skin is a blocked oil gland or pore which has become infected with bacteria. The tongue does not have oil glands or pores, so it doesn't get pimples. However, there are all sorts of other lumps and bumps which can form on the tongue (but not pimples). If you have something, get it checked by a dentist or ent. ...Read more
Scalp symptoms?: Not sure if you are referring to your face or scalp. If your scalp is itching and has sores on it, you may have seborrheic dermatitis which is partially a fungal infection, or folliculitis, a bacterial infection at the hair follicles. See a doc - seeing a rash is worth a thousand words - and get appropriate treatment. ...Read more
PIMPLE ON LIP:
BEST WAY TO GET RID OF A LIP PIMPLE IS TO SEE A DERMATOLOGIST.
IN ANY CASE, DO NOT SQUEEZE IT!
BEST LUCK. . . ...Read more
See a dermatologist: A dermatologist or an aesthetician can rid you of this easily. ...Read more
See your doctor: Or a dermatologist who can asses your condition and prescribe a treatment. ...Read more
There's lot of dandruff on my head. Does iit lead to pimples? How to get rid of dandruff and pimples?
Scalp Acne: Scalp acne is less common than acne on the face or back, but it develops in the same way. Skin naturally produces a protective layer of oil known as sebum. Sebum makes its way to the skin's surface through pores, and excess oil, dead skin cells or other substances can clog them. Bacteria multiply in the trapped sebum, forming a pre-pimple, or a microcomedone. Antibiotics are treatment of choice. ...Read more
I have a small pimple in the inside of my lower lip, it hurts when I touch it. How can I get rid of it?
See MD: See your doctor to get it treated. ...Read more
What are these pimples type bumps I continue to get on the back of my head and how do I get rid of them?
How do I get rid of these pimples on my head there small bumbs and I wash my face everyday! Please help?
Wash scalp daily: Use any shampoo, but wash your scalp daily and try to keep it dry. ...Read more
I get pimples at the back of my head at my hairline when I cut my hair short. What can I use to treat it?
Need to examine:
Are these pimples, i.e. acne or in-grown hair. If it is latter, you may try, not cutting the hair too close.
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