Sore in my mouth causing lip and tooth numbness
About a week ago I developed an ulcer inside my lower lip btw the gum and fleshy part holding my lip to my gum. About 4 days ago I noticed that my tooth was going numb and now my lip on the right side is also feeling numb. I have noticed I am clenchi
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Cold sore on the lip. Numbness in the lips. Is it normal?
I have a cold sore about 10 days ago. It was healing but on Friday last week, it bled as if some small veins were ruptured. It stopped after 5 mins of pressure. It happened about 4 times or so. On Sunday, I felt a pressure on my front teeth from my lower jaw. Today, my lip is numb and more...
Soreness in lower lips, tenderness, red dots. Any idea?
Last week I felt the right side of my upper and lower lips sore and with what felt like a rash . The next day the same area felt very tender (like if I d burn myself) and the rash had turned into tiny red dots (but I couldn t feel them), later that day I started experiencing the same...
I have a sore throat, swollen gums and canker sores
Can be many causes. In your case it seems to be a viral. Can also be other causes like nutritional deficiencies. May take multivitamins, mouthwash, etc. For relief from pain of canker sores, you will need a prescription.
left side bottom lip is knumb and body is tingly
Numbness could be due to multivitamin deficiency. Do take multivitamin supplements to get rid of the symptoms.
lip swollen after having my mouth numb for cleaning and extraction. is that normal?
it can be normal as there is procedure wich can swell up the lips and nervepressure can cause numbnes
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