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Sore Roof Of The Mouth And Allergies
Allergy symptoms: Seasonal allergies may typically affect the eyes and respiratory mucosa (nasal passages and bronchial tubes). Rarely it may be associated with other dermal or mucosal reactions, such as hives or eczema. It would be unusual for pollen to cause inflammation of the palate. I would think of another cause before considering allergy.
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 have a soft sore bump on the L side of the roof of my mouth. Idk how long it's been there possibly 1-2 weeks No othr symptms besides seasnl allergies.
Have it evaluated: Then see a dentist or ENT specialist and have the area examined.
What could a small, itchy, and sore bump on the roof of my mouth towards the back be? My allergies have been really bad lately too, if that helps.
Allergies vs. Virus: Considering your allergies have been acting up, that sore bump could easily be an area of allergic inflammation on the soft palate. It could also be part of a mild viral infection that's affecting your throat and palate. I recommend considering allergy treatment with an antihistamine like Zyrtec, (cetirizine) while rinsing with warm salt water twice daily. Give it a week and it should be better!
I have had a sore throat, congestion, itchy roof of my mouth, itchy left side of face near mouth and itchy lt ear. Is it allergies?
Yes: Itching usually means allergy. Consider an allergy consult.
-tested positive for strep 4 days ago -received shot -white patches still on tonsils, throat is still sore - roof of mouth is now white?
Finished 3 days of prednisone for asthma. Left side sinuses painful to touch and feel full, sore roof of mouth on left side when eating. Sinusitis?
Sinusitis: Sinusitis likely. Followup with doctor for exam, confirm diagnosis and treatment.
Been there awhile?: If you have a sore on the roof of your mouth think back...Did you have something really hot (pizza is a good one) did you eat something sharp (tortilla chips), etc. If this sore is more than a week or 2 old...Go to the dentist and have it looked at. May be something you need to get biopsied and treated. So...Put you mind at ease and go!See 2 more doctor answers
Herpetic Infection: It could be an oral herpes infection which is the most common reason for "bumps on the roof of the mouth". This infection is characterized by the presence of sore little blisters that may coalesce into a painful large ulceration. This infection typically affects one side of the roof of the mouth only. It usually last for 10 to 14 days. There are some prescription antivirals that you can take.
Roof of mouth sore when I rub it with my tongue, Nothing else seems to be wrong with it. I did not eat anything hot.
Painful sore on roof of mouth. Near the back this morning was the size of a pin point 8 hours later its the size of a pea. Very painful! What is this?
Red soreness: There are a dozen reasons for your symptoms and only a dr can diagnose that with his own eyes! Is it possible you burned your mouth with hot pizza, etc? You could rinse and gargle with regular 3% hydrogen peroxide until you can get in to see the dr.
Burned roof of mouth a few days ago now it still is sore and tissue is swollen could be infected how can I heal it faster?
Without further: Additional injury, the burn should resolve in 10-14 days since the accident, probably another week for you. Sorry, no miracle treatments are available to speed that healing process. Avoid spicy foods and use bland toothpaste. Ask your dentist about a prescription rinse that can help soothe the area while it heals. Good luck!See 2 more doctor answers
What causes salviary glands on roof of mouth and gums to swell up? I get this with other allergies, can it be allergy induced?
See your dentist: Many salivary gland disorders have very similar symptoms. The main symptom of salivary gland disorders is irritated or swollen salivary glands. There are many tests that can diagnose salivary gland disorders. These tests help determine the cause of salivary gland symptoms. See your dentist for evaluation, diagnosis and possible referral to a specialist.
See oral surgeon: See an oral surgeon to get this evaluated. Then he can treat this or refer you to another specialist.
Sore roof of mouth: What you describe could be from many things including but not limited to irritation from smoking, common cold, viral infection, allergy, and the list goes on. If no other symptoms see if it goes away within 2 weeks or see your own dentist for a proper diagnosis.
Herpes: Herpes outbreak/cold sores will often start as a tingling sensation before the lesions appear. Herpes simplex is the virus that causes cold sores and mouth lesions. Other types of herpes virus cause other things like shingles and chicken pox or sexually transmitted disease. Herpes lives in nerve tracts, breaking out when resistence is down. It's why there is a tingling before the lesion shows.See 1 more doctor answer
See a dentist: See a dentist. Not possible to give you an answer here without clinical examination and xrays.See 1 more doctor answer
Can acid reflux cause white toungue and the roof of mouth to be sore (almost like its going away) and under the toungue to be inflamed?
Allergies occur when your immune system is triggered by envirionmental factors it should ignore--for example, pollen in the air, or dander on a cat or dog--and creates cells to fight against them. An allergic reaction typically causes itching, congestion, or drainage, and ...Read more
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