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Purplish spots on inner jaw. No itching or soreness. Bumps on feet and breast. What are they?

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my mouth, the inner jaw has purplish spots feels dry also, had a white bump days ago that went away, no itching, or soreness... and i have noticed a few dry patches small bumps on feet and under breast for several weeks, before seeing my jaw today
Posted Wed, 6 Nov 2013 in General Health
Answered by Dr. Anshumala Singh 5 hours later
Brief Answer:
suspected mikulicz's apthae

Detailed Answer:
Hello and welcome.

Please answer following details for better diagnosis.

1.which jaw is more affected,upper or lower?

2.The spots are localized(at a place) or generalized(every where in mouth) ?

3.what medication did you apply on bumps present on breast and feet?how long it was there?

4.Have you experienced this before?

5.Do you have dryness in eyes too,any irritation in eyes?

6.Do you feel dryness in mouth when you rest for time?

7.Since how long the spots are present,when did you see the bump that you have mentioned?

It would be best if you can take few pics of the lesion and attach them here.

Awaiting your response.

Take care.
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