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Is a painless single blister inside the mouth that has gone away cause for concern?

A: Sounds like a canker sore. Was it a white-ish color, small? If so those are caused by stress and citrus. No harm, just don''t stress so much or watch what kind of food you''ve had lately that may have caused it. no dude. their harmless. but if u get a painful triple one inside and out that doesn''t go away... well, u get the point. whatever you do, dont listen to the person that says u have herpes, i have gotten cold sores in my mouth ever since i was 7 years old and i dont have herpes, its usually from a lowered immune system sometimes from a cold. the lining of the mouth is a very sensitive area. It is very easy to...


Can Neurontin cause blisters in mouth?

A: Hello, Get emergency medical help if you have any of these signs of an allergic reaction: hives; fever; swollen glands; painful SORES in or around your eyes or mouth; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat. You may report side effects to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088. Take care and best of luck.- hi devons mum,if your neurotin is making your stomach even a little upset that is what will usually happen from the acids in your stomach.try eating before you take it. I am not a doctor,so please tell your doctor.maybe you should wait untill you talk to your doctor....


can the mumps cause blisters/ canker sores in the mouth

A: Mouth mumps causes  Mumps is an extreme painful and visible alarming condition although a considerably harmless disease if under proper control and medical care. the disease has a duration that lasts anywhere between a fortnight to a month. It is possible that mouth sores or blisters can be formed in the mouth due to mumps, since the virus that is responsible for this disease causes the infection of the parotid glands. Of the six salivary glands present in mouth region, two of these that are located just below and in front of

Are all sores in the mouth caused by the Herpes virus?

A: All sores in the mouth are not caused by herpes lesions. Many people experience a significant oral outbreak during their first herpetic attack, but most often, lesions are then limited to labial areas for oral herpes. Herpetic outbreaks are often preceded by a tingling sensation in the area of the outbreak before a lesion appears. Sunlight exposure and stress can often exacerbate these outbreaks. Herpetic lesions are infectious during an outbreak, so care to avoid transferring this to others or to other areas of your own body is important. Canker sores are also ulcerations, and can be found...


Baby with blisters in his mouth!!

A: Hi Msromance4you, Most commonly blisters in the mouth are due to a viral infection. Without a better description I can''t really tell you which one I think it is. Several viruses can cause an infection called herpangina that produces small (1-2mm) blisters in the back of the throat and top of the mouth. the herpes virus (cold sore virus) can also cause very severe blisters in the mouth that often produce blisters on the lips and gums. It would be uncommon for heat, itself, to cause blisters. ...


Why does my daughter get blisters in her mouth all the time?

A: blisters in the mouth are common among children and can alsooccur in adults. It is usually a harmless condition, even though it can beunpleasant. the blisters might appear periodically and disappear bythemselves. It is not known what causes them, but they can often be associatedwith eating sweets and chocolate. Careful attention to oral hygiene can reduce the rate ofoccurence. You should consult your GP or your dentist during an episode, sothat an assessment can be made of your child''s blisters and...


what are the blisters in your mouth?

A: You may be referring to cold sores -- also called fever blisters -- are a painful infection caused by the herpes simplex virus (HSV). ChaCha!...


I have a fever blister in my mouth like in the area that you would put chewing tabacco in what can I do for it

A: This sounds like an aphthous ulcers. Most times this is cause by a local viral infection, and will heal with time and good oral hygiene. As far as controlling your symptoms, the above suggestion of Benedryl and Maalox is a good one. I also would suggest using Oragel, available in any drug store, and applying it directly to your sore just prior to eating in order to numb the area and give you some relief. Do you chew tobacco? You should stop if you do. they make over the counter medications that will help with the pain of the sore by numbing it. You should probably go see a dentist if it doesn&''t clear on its own in a few days. Put some...

oral problems in the mouth

A: From this excerpt, I don''t think you have "oral cancer" Oral cancer. This cancer most often occurs in people over the age of 40. It is often found at late stages when it is harder to treat. This is because oral cancer is not usually painful?so you may not know you have it. And many people do not visit their dentists often enough to find the cancer early. the most common sites of oral cancer are on the tongue, lips, and floor of the mouth. Use of tobacco, especially with alcohol, is the main cause for these cancers. Oral cancer often starts as a tiny, unnoticed white or red spot or...


Can meloxicam cause blisters of the vulva?

A: 1 Dec 2011 Are the blisters just on the vulva? It does not appear to be a known side effect of meloxicam but may be the cause. Meloxicam can cause rash, etc. but the rash is not localized to any particular area. I would suggest that you please see your doctor. http://www.drugs.com/sfx/meloxicam-side-effects.html Votes:+0CommentVote upReportSearch for questionsStill looking for answers? Try searching for what you seek or ask your own question. Search:Similar questionswhat happens if I don''t take Meloxicam with water?My husband developed a urinary infection after taking Meloxicam and...

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