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Recurring wart in mouth, below teeth, draining white pus, shrinks and grows. Treatment?

Hi, I ve been having a reoccurring wart (I think) in my moth below one of my teeth . It oozes white, but when poked it s not painful. It also feels like very hot and warm. And the area around it has multiple present tiny veins. It shrinks on it s own and grows on it s own. Although this time I was stressed and the next day it appeared. I can t recall the other times when it did other than it being a pain. Thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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Thanks for posting on HealthcareMagic.

The recurring wart like lesion below your tooth, seems to be like an abcess due to infected tooth. The abcess is painless as the infected tooth is dead and the white oozing liquid is pus.
If you observe you may find an infected tooth above the abcess.

I would recommend you to visit your dentist for the same as this tooth needs to be either root canal treated or extracted and the pus drained. He may also put you on antibiotics to reduce the infection.

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