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Taste of blood in mouth, taken pain pill, dry lips, sores near lips

Hi doctor! I m 15 years old, and I have this weird blood taste in my mouth when I eat, its always there, I woke up with the taste yesterday, and it won t go away, the internet said it could be a filling, or a kind of medication , but I haven t been on any, except this pain pill my friend gave me from when he broke his arm .. And that was two nights before I got the taste, the insides of my cheeks are also pale! And I have very dry lips , and sores near my lips on the inside of my mouth, please help! I m really stressing! :(
Asked On : Thu, 7 Jun 2012
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as per the information provided by you it seems that there is inflammation in your gums
and that's why you are having this feeling.
you haven't clarified as to why you took the painkiller but your feeling of blood in your mouth has nothing to do with it.
just see a dentist and let him see what exactly needs to done .
the sore mouth is another sign of inflammation so removing the calculus and plaque from your gums will fix everything.
don't worry and visit a dentist soon
take care.
Answered: Wed, 25 Jul 2012
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