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Canker Sore

Also called: Apthous Ulcer, Mouth Sore

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Hi Not sure, it could be the sweetener, but if this is what you get, just why do you keep drinking it?These sweeteners are not very good for you...
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Hi, Then its either off to your doctor, and get some tests done, or you local STD/GUM Clinic for the same.By doing this it will put your mind at rest...
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Many people get canker sores....aphthous ulcers. This is not a sign of anything bad or ominous. They should resolve spontaneously in a week or so...
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I have experienced something similar in the past.  It may very well be a canker sore. Be aware of signs of infection.  Also watch for signs...
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No, canker sores (aphthous ulcers) resolve on their own over time. Lidocaine will not cure them, but it takes away some of the discomfort during the...
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How large is the lymph node? Any lymph node can enlarge due to any type of bacteria or virus. It could be from ear piercing, wearing earrings...
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Prednisone can cause thrush in the mouth which will look like sores. You should contact your doctor right away to make sure it is not an allergic...
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no dont see a doctor unless fluid of any kind( pus,blood,etc) start to build up in it 
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They're tonsil stones or tonsilloliths. A lot of people get them. check it > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TonsillolithsSource(s):http://en...
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Hi and welcome!I am not sure what medication your doctor may have used, but your pharmacist may be able to help.  I'd recommend stopping by...
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Oral pain medications such as, ibuprofen (Advil) or acetaminophen (Tylenol) may be taken for pain relief if the sores are intolerable. Some patients...
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Yes, there are several mouthwash solutions you can use. One type of mouthwash used for canker sores is diphenhydramine suspension (Benadryl Allergy...
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Canker sores typically resolve without any specific treatment. But measures can be taken to alleviate the pain and discomfort and to hasten the...
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Canker sores are small ulcer craters in the lining of the mouth that are frequently painful and sensitive. Canker sores are very common. About 20% of...
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