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Red patches on the palate, tongue, dizziness, headaches, blurred vision. Treatment?

hiya, i have recently noticed red patches that look like big blood blisters on the roof of my mouth as well as red patches on my tongue , i have also been getting a lot of headches and feeling very dizzy and lightheaded all the time. Along with this i get blurred vision that then turns into not being able to see anything except blackness when i stand up, even if i get up slowly. I have been to the doctor and they sent me for an emergency blood test but i havent heard anything back from them yet. Its really starting to worry me, i was just wondering if anyone has any ideas as to what is wrong with me?
Asked On : Thu, 17 May 2012
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welcome to hcm

thanks for the query

most common of this is herpes, a viral infection that flares up periodically when your immune system gets weak

these are triggered by stress.also wait for the blood test to come

you may need acyclovir for treatment and also vitamin c.drink a lot of water

rarely it can be cause by bullous disorders like epidermolysis bullosa, pemphagus.

so your doctor will examine and give you the right diagnosis

hope this information will be helpful to you

wish you good health
Answered: Thu, 17 May 2012
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