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Right neck lymph node swollen over night, roof of my mouth is white and I have sore lips and mouth, could it be lymphoma?

Right neck lymph node swollen over night, roof of my mouth is white and I have sore lips and mouth, could it be lymphoma?

Probably a virus inf: common cause for what you have is a virus infection which typically settles down in 1-2 weeks. Lymphoma rarely cases any pain or tenderness of the lymph glands(which is usually due to infection/inflammation). ...Read more

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I have tiny white bumps on the lower part of my upper lip. I don't feel any pain or soreness. What may be the cause of this?

I have tiny white bumps on the lower part of my upper lip. I don't feel any pain or soreness. What may be the cause of this?

Usually benign: Tiny white lumps on the lip are usually benign, but hard to say with out seeing. If they persist, please show them to your doctor. ...Read more

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What is the sore on the lip with a white center be?

Cold sore: Cold sores (also called fever blisters.) groups of fluid-filled blisters that often erupt around the lips and sometimes under the nose or around the chin. Cold sores are caused by the herpes simplex virus type 1 and are very contagious. The initial infection (primary herpes) may be confused with a cold or flu and can cause painful lesions to erupt throughout the mouth. Once a person is infected wi. ...Read more

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I have red and white sore on the outside of my lips, so everyone can see them and also the same on my tounge.. Please help!

I have red and white sore on the outside of my lips, so everyone can see them and also the same on my tounge.. Please help!

See a dentist: While the sore may heal on its own, get to a dentist while it is evident so it can be properly evaluated and diagnosed. It may be something not requiring further treatment or it may benefit from certain meds depending on the cause. It really needs to be evaluated by a professional to know. ...Read more

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I have like small white yeasty spots on my virginia lips , they sometimes itch and are sore sometimes?

I have like small white yeasty spots on my virginia lips , they sometimes itch and are sore sometimes?

Go get checked: Time to go to a health clinic, your doctor, planned parenthood, or even urgent care and have someone examine you. Go when the 'spots' are there so you can get an accurate exam. It could be 'yeast' or several other things. ...Read more

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I took 30 mg of adderal & now the inside of my bottom and top lip has white sores and the outside of my bottom lip has a cut/white sore why happening?

I took 30 mg of adderal & now the inside of my bottom and top lip has white sores and the outside of my bottom lip has a cut/white sore  why happening?

Adderall SE? : From your question, it sounds like ur saying you took Adderall 30mg, once, and are asking if new mouth sores could be related? This sounds unusual. Adderall is usually taken for ADHD, and should be taken regularly, exactly as prescribed. It may produce dry mouth/lips. Dry mouth or lips may be more prone to chapping or the occasional crack. I'd go and have the sores you're describing looked at. ...Read more

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I have a sore on the inside of my right cheek, near my lips. It is white in color. I've had it for four or five days. What is the best treatment?

I have a sore on the inside of my right cheek, near my lips. It is white in color. I've had it for four or five days. What is the best treatment?

Wait it out: If it does not resolve or worsens it should be checked. That being said most of these are blocked minor saliva glands that have become plugged and/or injured such asbiting the cheek. They almost always resolve on do not need treatment. ...Read more

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