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Purple Blister In Mouth
Throbbing pain, mouth to nose; purple blisters n mouth, wen popped lots of pus drains; fever; headache; could it be staph in mouth? Sis has in breast.
Infection: An office visit and culture are necessary to see what you are infected with and to get necessary treatments. Don't delay. You sound miserable! ...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
Dentist always gives me amoxicillin when take it get purple burning blisters & swelling of eyes& mouth? Is this a minor reaction he seem to think so
Allergy?: You may be allergic to the medication. It would be prudent to be tested by an allergist for your sensitivity to the amoxicillin. What might be a minor reaction now could be anaphylactic shock the next time you take it. Your body appears to be telling you something. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sometimes I get this small blood blister on the inside part on my lip. Its hard and sometimes is red/purple. Itll go away for months then come back.?
Purple open wound started as blisters behind ear crease very infected. Now it's going up my head and through mastoid bone. Very painful and oozing?
Hard to say: Could be something simple as a minor injury or small viral outbreak such as canker sore or aphthous ulcer but you need to get in with your dentist to make a proper determination. ...Read more
I have had blister looking things in my throat for 11 moths it's really painfull and recently got more and a purple one on my tongue any ideas on it?
I have 3 dark purple spots that look like blood blisters on my lingual tonsils, should I worry this is cancer? Have had a sore throat for 3 weeks.
No: The tonsils are subject to a great deal of inflammation under certaincirdcumstances. Where there are the occassional cases of malignancy developing it is either from squamous malignancy or lymphoma. Neither present as hemmorhagic areas. The latter can occur when there is some bleeding into the tonsil because of proximity to the underlying intermal caroltid artery. Warm gargles should help. ...Read more
Mouth blisters: If they are herpes (cold sores), doc can prescribe antiviral med to suppress virus & lessen symptoms. Rinsing mouth with mixture of warm salt water, peroxide, & mouthwash may help. Otc topical pain meds like orajel or anbesol can lessen discomfort. If blisters don't improve within few days, see fp or dentist for evaluation & treatment. ...Read more
Many causes: There are many causes of mouth blisters such as cold sores caused by herpes simplex I virus:canker sore or aphthous ulcer which is caused by stress, hormonal changes, and food allergies; an ulcer caused by a an ill fitting denture or a broken tooth rubbing on exposed tissues and various other causes. ...Read more
Blister: Depending on where the blister is and how often you get them will dictate the diagnosis. You should have your dentist take a look at it and prescribe a medication if needed. Short term, you can apply an over the counter ointment to the lesion found at your nearest drug store. ...Read more
Possibly herpes: Possibly oral herpes (hsv) also known as a fever blister. Another possibility is a canker sore which is different from hsv. Hsv should be treated with an oral antiviral such as acyclovir, valtrex, (valacyclovir) or famvir. Hsv is contagious and there is no cure, it can keep recurring and you are always a carrier. Canker sores are not contagious. ...Read more
Several Causes: There are many different conditions which cause blisters in the mouth. The most common are caused by the herpes virus. These can be painful, unsightly, and contagious, and should be examined by a dentist. Less common conditions can be much more dangerous and harmful, so they should be ruled out. Differentiating is usually easy based simply on appearance and history. Your dentist can help you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer