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Why Am I Getting These Blisters In My M My Mouth That Are White And Very Painfull
Herpes: One common cause of painful blisters in the mouth would be herpes simplex or zoster. If this is the first time you've had herpes it's worse than when you get a recurrence. Sometimes other viruses can cause small blisters in the throat. Get it checked by a doctor to find out whether medicine can help. ...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
Dental visit: Impossible to determine without a visual exam. Schedule a dental visit to ascertain. ...Read more
Depends on cause: Aphthous stomatitis involving the common canker sore can occur in up to 15% of americans, and may involve some bacteria like staph epidermidis. However, similar-appearing aphthous ulcers can be seen with herpes, crohn's disease, and other systemic disorders, if you have multiple aphthous ulcers or frequently recurring ones please have the lesions checked out. ...Read more
Why do I always get blisters in my mouth? I get a blister about once every two months or sometimes once a month. Why?
Many possibilities: We can't give you an accurate answer and good advice without actually examining you. Blisters can be from many causes and needs to be seen in order to diagnose and suggest prevention or treatment. Please make an appointment with your dentist when the blister is present. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on whether the cause is trauma, you burned or hit it with food or your tooth brush or if the cause is an infection. For a trauma time, steroid creams prescribed by your dentist and warm water rinses should take care of the problem for an infection see your dentist. If the cause is an apthous ulcer or herpetic cause, your dentist can help you there as well. ...Read more
Intra-oral or lip?: My patients often use "fever blister" for all ulcers or erosions that occur in the mouth or on the lips. They are different. On the lips are typically herpes simplex virus type 1, treated with oral acyclovir. In the mouth, the ulcer is called aphthous ulcer, which we treat with a topical steroid. Please see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
Dental visit: First you need a diagnosis to determine the source and cause of the problem in order to treat it schedule a dental visit asap. ...Read more
What is the blister: If your "blister" is due to a dental abscess from a tooth or gum infection, the answer is no, it is not contagious. If the lesion is anything else than can be transmitted through kissing and sexual contact, then the answer would be yes. Since we don't know what this lesion might be, have it examined by a local dentist to see if it needs treatment. ...Read more
What to do if I have a 33month baby boy with a blister in his mouth how can I get rid of the blister?
Be seen: Not enough info. Where is the blister in the mouth? Is it painful? Affecting how he eats? Near the teeth? Best to be seen and have this evaluated. ...Read more
See a dentist who: See a dentist who can determine the cause and type of the blisters and then recommend appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Accidentally: Biting yourself? Perhaps it's a habit. It's also possible that you have some sharp edges on your teeth that need some smoothing off or repair. Start by consulting with your dentist. ...Read more
Is there a way to quickly get rid of the blister in my mouth? Is it better to pop it or leave it as is?
Salt water swish: It is probably a benign apthous ulcer which can be relieved by mixing one tablespoon of salt in a glass of warm water and swishing in mouth for 2 minutes and spitting out repeating 3 times a day. ...Read more
I get this weird recurrent mouth blister every month or so. Not terribly painful but annoying. How to get rid of this for good?
Blister: You cannot. This sounds like recurring aphthous ulcer. You may be able to control it or reduce its longevity with antiviral drugs. I would consult your dentist and ENT md to see how to manage this in your case (id are the risk and benefits of drug therapy worth it?). ...Read more
Over a decade, once or twice a year I get a blister that bubbles up from underneath the skin between my nose and upper mouth. Every time it bubbles up it breaks the skin. Takes weeks to heal. Had it 3 weeks ago, now I feel it again.
See your DDS: Diagnosis of the condition can be accomplished by your dentist or oral surgeon and then treatment can be rendered. ...Read more
Prevention: Canker sore or more specifically aphthous ulcer can be prevented by avoiding a common foam detergent found in most toothpastes called sodium laurel sulfate. Switching to biotene or other toothpaste not containing this ingredient can be the cure in preventing this painful condition. During an episode, 2000 mg of lysine in divided doses per day can decrease the symptoms and time involved to heal. ...Read more
See MD or dentist: Gargle salt water to prevent infections until you go to your dentist. ...Read more
If I smoke a bong that I'm not sure if someone has herpes, would I get a blood blister in my mouth on my cheek? Is that a sign of herpes?
Unlikely: Most adults have HSVI virus in their system but most will suffer no breakout which can be triggered by several factors including sun exposure, stress, and co-existing illnesses. Thus it is highly unlikely that you will catch HSV1 given that you likely already are harboring this virus in your body. ...Read more
I'm african. I have done various blood test all negative. I get fever, tired, muscle & joint pain & mouth ulcers/blisters & twitches often. Lupus?
Spreading infection.: The infection spread through the root into the bone and after a long period of time has destroyed enough bone to start draining into the mouth. ...Read more
Can HPV cause blisters in the mouth in the morning and disappear in about 4hours? And how to get rid of it for good? -
Mouth blisters: Mouth blisters are normally caused by one of the herpes viruses, and resolve themselves in 7-10 days. These are aphthous ulcers or cold sores. Hpv is a complex group of viruses that cause lesions in different areas of the body. Oral hpv lesions are not blisters. At some point the lesions may have to removed surgically. You should have your blisters examined by your dentist or oral surgeon. ...Read more
Two weeks ago I started to get small blisters in my mouth, at first it didn't really hurt, but its getting worse. Could this be a food allergy?
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