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Why would you get blisters on the roof of your mouth?
My baby is 3 days old with 2 blisters on inside of lower lip. Bottle feeding. I had GROUP B strep but treated with antibiotics in labour.
to much stress and i will find out more. don't worry. the blisters go Thu a course. they usually last about 2 weeks. they r hereditary. they burn and ur mouth is sore. u get t…hem on ur tongue also. they look like normal blisters. Oh I had one of these busters. Just have you been eating or drink sour, salty, or sweet food or drinks.I had these before. Just drink at least 2 glasses of water. Oh and also put COLD water in a cup and put at least 2 scoops of salt or sprinkle salt 4 times. Then GOGGLE it. Goggle it , don't swallow it , goggle it. Then my work here is done. ;)
They are called cancor sores. You get them when you dont brush your teeth thoroghly
Yes with a needle or push on it with your tongue. Or you can bite it.
Avoid food or beverages that are too hot. If blisters on the roof of the mouth are appearing, a cause should be determined. Enjoin with a medical professional to get to t…he root of the problem.
You could have an allergy against something you have eaten.
If they on the outside of your mouth (ie. around your lip) they might be cold sores (oral herpes). If they are inside your mouth and hurt they might be canker sores and …will go away by themselves within 4-14 days.
You get a blister in your mouth by having a craving of food
For me, the answer is typically pizza.
omg! that's so gross!
What would cause my 2 year old to have blisters in his mouth along with sore throat and blisters on hands and rash on lower part of legs?
it is most likely hand foot and mouth disease. take him to your pediatrician it is easily treated. your child will like the treatment! eat lots of ice pops!
This is normally referred to as Mouth Ulcers. The causes can range from simple ginigivitis to mouth cancer (don't get scared, that's a slim chance). Other causes could be a ca…se of the measles or chickenpox, Vitamin D deficiency, syphilis...really a number of things. In children, there is a possibility it is Herpangina. This is not a form nor strain of herpes and is usually set on by a cold, a severe fever, or chickenpox/measles.
It seems like you would only get that if you fell off of something and hit your neck on a bar that happend to me =[
There is an old wives tale that you can gargle with warm salt water to get rid of a mouth sore. If you do it a few times a day the sore should heal.