I cant see the dots so I cant give you an accurate answer, but if you are getting over a cold or have been sneezing its possible that you have a cold which sometimes will show itself with a sort of mouth rash. It could be a bacteria also, that embeds itself in the follicles of the hair. In that case a visit to the dermatologist would be best. Bacteria is extremely difficult to get rid of and they may give you a treatment. Its nothing permanent and really nothing to worry about. Wait another week, try not to touch your face and wash it thoroughly. if it doesn
No, herpes around your mouth looks like small water filled blisters. Herpes outbreaks are not isolated to the lips --- they can occur around the mouth, in the nose or on the nose. A pimple will not be blistered and will go away in a few days. Herpes takes about two weeks to clear up (it crusts up and begins to get smaller).
they appeared on earth around 75 weeks ago.
Simon Fraser reached the mouth, 7 weeks after Vancouver did.
Rinse your mouth out with mouth wash that does not have alcohol in it. Move the barbell around so it gets inside the hole. Rinse it out every time you drink and drink anything (besides water). Do this for about 4-6 weeks.
Ulcers or white lesions that do not disappear after a few weeks.
Cicadas and some moths that do not have mouth parts only live 2 weeks after emerging as adults.
it is different for each term, but they are between 10 and 15 weeks for each term autumn term - around 15 weeks. spring term - around 11 weeks. summer term - around 13 weeks. :)
I was told my sac was too small at my 8 weeks sonogram. I stressed for 4 weeks about it. Then at 13 weeks had another sono and the sac measured perfect and so did the baby. Just wanted to share a positive experience with a small sac. Mine measured a week small at 8 weeks.
around 8 weeks
when it is around 3 to 6 weeks old when it is around 3 to 6 weeks old
Each season is around thirteen weeks long.
yes you should. use original mouth wash. preferably for a few weeks after you eat or drink.