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Recurring blisters, sores in my mouth- sign of a larger issues? 19 y.O. Female

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Dr. Joseph Eastern
Dermatology
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In brief: Canker sores

No one knows exactly why canker sores occur, but they are often secondary to an infection somewhere else in your body, or to stress, or to eating too much spicy or acidic food.
I prescribe a liquid concoction that my pharmacist compounds for me; your dermatologist probably has something similar. Prevention involves discovering the cause and eliminating it.

In brief: Canker sores

No one knows exactly why canker sores occur, but they are often secondary to an infection somewhere else in your body, or to stress, or to eating too much spicy or acidic food.
I prescribe a liquid concoction that my pharmacist compounds for me; your dermatologist probably has something similar. Prevention involves discovering the cause and eliminating it.
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