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Hpv Mouth Sores
It is possible that I will develop mouth sores if I had oral sex with an infected person who has HPV or do I have a higher risk through anal sex?
If your partner is infected with the human papilloma virus (hpv), you could easily be infected. An hpv infection will produce a papilloma, a wart.
In the oral cavity, sometimes an hpv infection can become cancerous, usually seen at the base of the tongue, soft palate, tonsils or back of the throat.
So protect yourself. ...Read more
A canker sore is a painful, open sore in the mouth. Canker sores are white or yellow and surrounded by a bright red area. They are benign (not cancer). Canker sores can run in families. They may also be linked to problems with the body's immune (defense) system. The sores may occur after a mouth injury due to dental work, aggressive tooth cleaning, or biting the tongue or cheek. Canker sores can be triggered by emotional stress, dietary deficiencies (especially iron, folic acid, or vitamin B-12), menstrual periods, hormonal changes, food allergies, and similar situations. They occur most commonly with viral infections. In some cases, the cause can not be identified. Treatment is usually not necessary. In most cases, the canker sores ...Read more
My 18 month old had cold sores in his mouth. Could this anyway be from my brother who has hpv? Or is that completely seperate?
I've had anal warts for 3 years. And recently I've lost weight, week long bowel pass that are hard, mouth ulcers, pitytrisis rosea, HIV? Or HPV problems
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I haven't been able to get a direct answer online. Can a woman get HPV/genital warts from a partner who has cold sores during oral sex?
Different virus: The cold sores are due to Herpes simplex virus (HSV) type 1 or 2, while the genital warts are caused by strains of the human papilloma virus (HPV). Oral sex with a cold sore may transfer that virus, but not the other. If the person in question also has or has had genital warts, they may be shedding that virus and pass it during genital to genital contact. ...Read more
Depends: That all really depends on the type of sore. Sores can occur for a variety of reasons, trauma, viral infection, autoimmune response, bacterial infection, chronic irritation, and so on. My best guess is that you are referring to canker sores. These are usually caused by reaction to some type of food or stress. They are autoimmune reactions and sometimes are severe enough to require meds. ...Read more
Frequent mouth sores: While the occasional minor mouth sore is a normal inconvenience, frequent mouth sores (especially several large ones at once) can be the sign of an auto-immune disease such as Chron's Disease. This is something that needs to be evaluated by a medical doctor. ...Read more
Agree. Aphthous ulcers. Sodium lauryl sulfate (a soap commonly found in toothpaste) exposure prolongs healing time. Dexamethasone (? Steroids in general) speed healing. Consider compounded mouthwash 2 tsp 4-6 x per day swish and spit.
100 ml Dexamethasone 0.1 mg/ ml elixir
100 ml Diphenhydramine 2.5 mg/ ml elixir
90 ml viscous Lidocaine 2%
60 ml Nystatin 100, 000u suspension. ...Read more
NO: Recurrent aphthous stomatitis (ras) is a common condition, restricted to the mouth, that starts in childhood or adolescence as recurrent small, round, or ovoid ulcers with circumscribed margins, erythematous haloes, and yellow or gray floors. A positive family history of similar ulcers is common, and the natural history is typically of resolution in the third decade. Not related to adipex. ...Read more
Tincture of time...: There's a saying about canker sores: they heal in 7 days if treated, and one week if you don't. The primary focus is pain management. Over the counter topical anesthetic products, available over the counter at your local pharmacy, will help. Frequent or particularly severe bouts of oral ulceration should be formally assessed by your dentist to rule out more serious conditions. ...Read more
There are several different types of mouth sores. Aphthous ulcers (canker sores) and cold sores are the most common. Some are due to a viral infection, some from irritation or trauma.
Other sores may be due to chronic gum disease, systemic infections, smoking/chewing tobacco, oral cancer.
If you have a sore that has not healed within 10 days, have it checked asap by a dentist or oral surgeon. ...Read more
With Benzocaine will "numb" the area and protect it too. Apply with a clean finger or q-tip.
Do not use if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
If you get canker sores frequently, try using a toothpaste without sodium lauryl sulfate (sls) such as fluoridex without sls.
See your dentist too. As they can use a laser to speed up healing. ...Read more
Depends on the sore.: There are several different treatment possibilities, depending on the type of sore. It is best to have this examined by your dentist and have them determine what would be best for you. ...Read more
Canker sore cocktail: Rinse for 10 seconds with an equal mixture of maalox stomach medicine, liquid benadryl, (diphenhydramine) and chloroseptic sore throat medicine.. Next place a small amount of salt on your finger and hold it against the sore for ten seconds. Repeat 3-4 times a day. If you are prone to canker sores, your dentist or doctor can prescribe an anti-viral. ...Read more
Maybe: Suggest a dental visit to determine cause and treatment for oral sores. ...Read more
From what?: There are different kinds of mouth sores, traumatic, aphthous, and some related to other dental or medical conditions. The type and cause determines the best treatment. It's best in these cases to see a dentist who can diagnose it and then give you the best\proper advice. ...Read more
Why hot water?: I've never heard the "hot" part, but gargling with salt water does draw excess fluid from inflamed tissues in the throat, making them hurt less. It also loosens thick mucus, which can remove irritants like allergens, bacteria and fungi from the throat. It's a temporary fix, since it does nothing to remove the cause (whatever that is), but it will make you feel better for a while. ...Read more
It helps and there are no side effects.
Like why does cleaning help? ...Read more
Several meds: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more
Maybe: These symptoms will go away after med is stopped more than likely. Dealing with side effects can be endured or palliative ly dealt with by otc means for sores or a dentist can rx. ...Read more
How to reduce mouth sores (side effect from chemotherapy)? Wish to have solution urgently... :' (thanks...
I frequenty visited by mouth sores. Its so painful. They occur one after another. How can I get rid of them?
Magic Swizel: It is very difficult or impossible. However you can have your dentist prescribe a solution called magic swizel. ...Read more
I have had recurring mouth sores (mostly on and under my tongue) for at least 6 months. I have tried everything!!?
Mouth sores: What have you done for your mouth sores? Have you seen a dentist for an evaluation? If you have not seen a dentist now is a good time. ...Read more
I have 2 mouth sores on the right side of my mouth and I keep tasting something metallic and bitter what can that be?
Infection or Leak: If you don't have anything in your mouth, tasting anything different is abnormal. Please see your dentist asap. Simple x-ray exam will likely reveal the reason for the bad taste in your mouth. You may be tasting pus, which is a result of infection in the gum or bone or tooth. You may also have a tooth with decay under leaky filling. Treatment is simpler if you see a doctor sooner: call a dentist! ...Read more
I have 2 mouth sores on the right side of my mouth and I keep tasting something metallic and bitter can you please explain these symptoms?
Metallic ; Bitter: Gum disease, hormonal changes, blood or discharge from the sores, your medications, not drinking enough water, nasal discharge... The list continues, but not all may be your answer. To find the true cause, please see a dentist, or doctor, or both. Metallic, bitter tastes may be temporary ; insignificant, or they may indicate the beginning of something serious in the mouth or body. Best examined! ...Read more
Does oral lichen planus have to do with HPV in mouth, I had lichen planus and sores but they gave me yeast medicines and they went away.?
I shared a cigarette with a guy I don't know and a couple weeks after I have 3 random canker sores on my mouth. Is it possible this is HPV-1?
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Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the most common sexually transmitted infection. There are over 100 different types of HPV that causes warts in different areas of the body. HPV is incredibly common and almost all sexually active men and women get it during their lifetime. Most of the time HPV does not cause any symptoms or complications. However, A limited number of these HPV viruses are pathogenic and if not monitored carefully can be responsible for causing cervical and penile cancer. Some of these viruses have been ...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