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Why do I get excessive peeling inside the cheeks of my mouth?

Why do I get excessive peeling inside the cheeks of my mouth?

Good Question: Do you ever put anything in your mouth (not being funny) but otc or prescription oral medications? Do you get swelling or sores or painful/non-painful lesions in your mouth? Maybe you should see your ENT to have them examine your mouth thoroughly. Read about aphthous ulcers. ...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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Fellatio.my cheeks get cut by my teeth in the act. My mouth doesnt bleed, but the tissue on my cheek are raw n peel like after a long bath. Normal?Sex

Fellatio.my cheeks get cut by my teeth in the act. My mouth doesnt bleed, but the tissue on my cheek are raw n peel like after a long bath. Normal?Sex

Different technique: Consider a different technique. Practice on a dildo or cucumber, etc and see if you can find a technique that does not cause the problems you're encountering. If the problems still persist, consider shortening the amount of time you perform fellatio and add manual stimulation during the session. ...Read more

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The skin inside my mouth on both cheek areas are covered with white looses flakes of peeling skin. Can you tell me why this may be happening?

The skin inside my mouth on both cheek areas are covered with white looses flakes of peeling skin. Can you tell me why this may be happening?

Cheek biting: If this is a white line on the inside of both cheeks that goes from front to back and is even with where you teeth bite, then this is most likely from cheek biting. Some people do this in their sleep. It can cause mild trauma to inside of the cheek and the area heals the white dead skin on the surface peels off. Cheek biting can be caused by stress. ...Read more

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I suck hard, but my cheeks gets cut by my teeth in the act. My mouth doesn't bleed, but the tissue on my cheek peel like after a long bath. Normal?

Cause and effect: It sounds like the cause of your issues is the hard sucking. Stop the hard sucking and your problems will be solved. As stated though, your internal cheeks are going through a normal healing process form the injury they are sustaining from your hard sucking. ...Read more

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Weird sensation in mouth. Peeling, burning and bleeding gums under one tooth. Numb feeling in my cheek. what could it be?

Weird sensation in mouth. Peeling, burning and bleeding gums under one tooth. Numb feeling in my cheek. what could it be?

Infection: It could be an infection, but that's only a guess since you cannot be examined or diagnosed over the internet. The numbness is of great concern, so you need to see a local dentist ASAP to determine what is causing your symptoms. ...Read more

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Can rubbing the roof of your mouth constantly cause some skin to peel or get rough?

Can rubbing the roof of your mouth constantly cause some skin to peel or get rough?

Of course: There is no part of the human body that is intended to be rubbed constantly, or can tolerate constant rubbing, without causing damage. The feet are rugged, and develop thicker skin in response to constant walking on bare feet... and thus are probably the only parts of the body that can withstand constant friction. However, even feet can eventually be damaged. ...Read more

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Why do I get big flakes of skin that peel off on the cheek near the sides of my nose and on my chin?

Why do I get big flakes of skin that peel off on the cheek near the sides of my nose and on my chin?

Seborrhea: Scaling and redness around the nose , and other areas of the face can be seborrheic dermatitis. A common treatment is low dose topical corticosteroids such as 0.5-1% cortizone (hydrocortisone) cream. ...Read more