Is mouth ulcers caused by a std?

Yes. Yes. If you have had questionable sexual contact recently, get examined.
Could be. There are many causes to ulcers, most common of which is the herpes virus. You should see your dentist or physician to evaluate and treat appropriately.
Yes. Mouth ulcers are very similar to genital herpes and either can be transmitted in sexual contact to someone else.
Herpes. Mouth sores may be herpes variants. There are several ways to treat. I prefer valtrex (valacyclovir) 2grams by mouth twice a day for 1 day.

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What stds can cause painful swallowing and mouth ulcers?

I would say herpes. and hiv can cause mouth ulcers and painful swallowing , gonorrhea can cause painful swallowing. I hope this helps. For more make a virtual appointment at www.healthtap.com/dryetimyan. Read more...

My boyfriend received mouth ulcers after giving me oral sex. They disappeared after a week, I've had full STD tests and all negative. What should I do?

Oral ulcers. What type of ulcers? Herpetic or aphthous? Canker sores/aphthous ulcers signify no reason to worry, not transmitted sexually/not contagious. Hsv type 1 or 2 which form vesicles that coalesce and the blister sloughs to leave denuded area and eventual scab. Identify the type of sore first before worrying. Read more...
Oral abrasions. Give it a few more days to heal. We this often in dentistry. High-speed friction on soft tissues can cause injury and irritation. In your case a wedding ring or a badge of honor might be in order. Read more...

Hi I have negative std check & neg blood work done no HIV but why do I get month to month mouth ulcers? Is there a underlying problem? What can I do?

Oral Lesions. There are a number of things that can cause ulcers and/or lesions in the mouth. It's best to go to the dentist to do a thorough evaluation and diagnosis. Read more...
Canker sores, no HIV. By far the most common cause of recurrent mouth ulcers is aphthous stomatitis, the medical name for canker sores. They do not indicate any underlying health problem. I'll bet canker sores are at least a hundred thousand times more common than HIV! And HIV testing always overrules any and all symptoms. See your doc or dentist if the oral sores continue, but for sure you don't have HIV. Best wishes. Read more...
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Canker sores. is the most common oral lesions. Most ulcers, infections will clear up by themselves within a week or two. You should see your GP or dentist if the ulcer gets worse or lasts for longer than 2 weeks. Best of luck. Read more...

How can I relieve the pain from mouth ulcers caused by hand, foot, and mouth disease?

Mouth ulcers. Your physician can prescribe a oral rinse to sooth and numb the tissues while the lesions heal. This will help immediately. Read more...
A topical product . The name is debactrol available only by dental rx. Read more...