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I have a water blister in my mouth right under my lip, that sometimes turns red. It has been there for 5 months now and it doesnt take off. Why?

I have a water blister in my mouth right under my lip, that sometimes turns red. It has been there for 5 months now and it doesnt take off. Why?

Hematoma?: that could be a hematoma resulting from trauma either by biting the inside of the lip ,or from dental appliances and dentures. It won't go away by itself ,you need to see a dentist to have it evaluated and treated ASAP. ...Read more

Mouth (Definition)

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


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I have a canker sore and a water blister in my mouth that appeared together. Should I do something? Why are they here?

I have a canker sore and a water blister in my mouth that appeared together. Should I do something? Why are they here?

Canker sores: Canker sore is the most common oral lesions. Individual ulcers typically last 1-2 weeks. The dental laser offers immediate relief from the pain of these sores. See your dentist. ...Read more

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Water blisters in your mouth what is it?

Water blisters in your mouth what is it?

Depends: Without actually seeing what you are referring to, what you describe is often they are blocked salivary ducts and are small areas filled with saliva. ...Read more

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Could water blister in mouth be from herpes?

Could water blister in mouth be from herpes?

Herpes simplex: Where in mouth. This is a little unusual but anything is possible. ...Read more

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I have a water blister inside my mouth that isn't painful and come randomly. Should I be worried?I

I have a water blister inside my mouth that isn't painful and come randomly. Should I be worried?I

Probably no worry: Our mouth is lined with salivary ducts that sometimes get plugged. The clear fluid is trapped saliva and they usually resolve on their own. ...Read more

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In the last 18 hours I have got blisters in 3 places around my mouth. Now im sat with a baby wipe over my mouth dipped in salty water will this help?

In the last 18 hours I have got blisters in 3 places around my mouth.  Now im sat with a baby wipe over my mouth dipped in salty water will this help?

Likely herpes: The blisters clustered around your mouth sound like oral herpes (hsv i virus). The salty water will not harm you, and if it gives some relief, it's fine. There are a few medicaments like abreva that shorten the course of the outbreak, or sometimes a viscous preparation of local anesthetic for the discomfort. The course is usually all gone by 12-14 days. Good luck! ...Read more

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Got a water blister on roof of mouth. Why?

Got a water blister on roof of mouth. Why?

Not sure: It is likely a mucocele, a small mucous gland duct, which has been traumatized. Can be easily treated by a dentist if it doesn't disappear on its own. ...Read more

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Water blister inside mouth after biting lip?

Perhaps: It could be herpes, a contact allergy to something you ate , a mechanical irritation to the mucous membranes. It should heal by itself, or see a dentist for diagnosis. ...Read more

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Water blister inside mouth after biting lip. How do I treat this?

Water blister inside mouth after biting lip. How do I treat this?

Mucocele: A traumatic blister in the mouth--post-biting--is called a mucocele and is usually trapped saliva in the swollen, inflamed tissue. It resolves on its own and does not require treatment. If it persists, see your doctor or dentist for a check. ...Read more

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