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Mouth sores with blood clots

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What causes mouth sores?

Hello. Am experiencing MANY sores inside my mouth. On the inside of my lip, top and bottom and cheek lining. Thought I might have leprosy of the mouth. First bits of research indicated bruxism ...
 

What causes blood clots in mouth?

30 year old female, morbidly obese with PCOS , otherwise healthy....I am frequently getting blood clots in my mouth although it is not infected, I pop and drain, it goes away for a week or so ...
 

What causes blood clots in mouth?

What can I do about frequent blood clots in my mouth? There is no infection, but it is very painful until drained. ...
 

Can mouth sores be a symptom of Giardiasis?

Can mouth sores be a symptom of giardasis ...
 

What is the remedy for painful white mouth sores?

Mouth sores for last one week, irritating and painful, whitish in colour, why these happen and what is the remedy? ...
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i have a mouth sores with blood clots

i have a mouth sore with blood clots. can i be told whata these are and advis me what to do. ...
 

How blood clots are cured?

i just wanna ask if how to cure the blood clot? i m drinking a beverage last night. Then, I just .... when i look in the mirror, i found out that i have a blood clot. what can i do remove that? ...
 

Continuous mouth sore formation

i have a continoius mouth sore if a old sore is about to heald some other small sore will grow up again and become bigger and its about to heal it the same to grow new in any part of my mouth. what ...
 

What causes mouth sore?

my mother in law is 74 years old, she is having mouth sore for more than 1 month. she has been ... specialist that the pain is due to the veins in the mouth. She need to go through another CT scan to double ...
 

Suggest treatment for mouth sore

Taking Lisinopril ~ & have developed a mouth sore on my rt. upper, inner gum! It hurts, and will not go away, have had it for 4 wks. now. I have never been proned to mouth sores or canker s and the few ...
 

What causes mouth sores?

I have mouth sores. This appears every three months. It started recently. I take medicines for BP, Cholestrol, and Diabetes. Now I have bought 10 CoBaDex tablets thinking this may be due to vitamin deficiency ...
 

What causes blood clots in mouth in morning?

I woke up this morning and noticed something inside my mouth. When I used my tongue to move it to the front of my mouth and took it out - it was, to my surprise, a blood clot? There was some additional ...
 

What is the cause of blood clots inside the mouth?

I get these random blood clots inside my mouth, they appear in random parts of the inside of my mouth (cheeks, lower/upper lip) and usually disappear within a day or even a few hours. It doesn ...
 

What causes blood clots in mouth?

I have been having blood clots in my mouth,, along with a fungal infection (treated with Nystatin ... regularly. The mouth clotting is new, however, and I have been to an Endodontost and a periodontist, no one ...
 

What causes blood clot in my throat

I woke up this morning with a blood clot where the nose meets the throat (pharynx, i think?). I managed to sort of work them out of the passage and into my mouth (Gross). There were two small lumps ...
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Mouth sores and sneezing why?
allergic reaction, wait for a day - if continues take some anti allergic -good luck
 
Can a foot fungus cause mouth sores
Hi, Not usually, foot fungus generally does not cause mouth sores. usually, mouth sores are caused by candida fungus, a condition called as candidiasis. This is more common in diabetics and those with lower immunity. Best wishes, Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM
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