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What can I do to blisters in the mouth?

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Dr. David Mann
ENT - Head & Neck Surgery
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In brief: Aphthous ulcers

These are common.
Change toothpaste to detergent (sodium laureth sulfate) free brand. Avoid spicey, acidic (tomato, citrus)oragel or other topical analgesics. Tylenol, (acetaminophen) aspergum (aspirin gum numbs mouth) . If symptoms persist or are recurrent, get checked by doctor.. If possible, reduce stress in your life. Also, there are over-the-counter products coat the ulcer and can reduce pain.

In brief: Aphthous ulcers

These are common.
Change toothpaste to detergent (sodium laureth sulfate) free brand. Avoid spicey, acidic (tomato, citrus)oragel or other topical analgesics. Tylenol, (acetaminophen) aspergum (aspirin gum numbs mouth) . If symptoms persist or are recurrent, get checked by doctor.. If possible, reduce stress in your life. Also, there are over-the-counter products coat the ulcer and can reduce pain.
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