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Blister on the roof of mouth suddenly, om medication for esophageal Crohn's disease. Any ideas ?

Hello. this morining I woke up with something that can only be described as an ulcer or blister on the roof of my mouth, Just had a dental work up, and have never even had a cavity. This blister type thing eventually popped. and now I have raw exposed skin. I have esopageal crohns disease , and I am on heavy meds like Remicade , so stuff like this scares me
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Hello there.... Crohns disease is associated with oral ulcerations. Medications used to treat such conditions usually cause ulcerations....Do not keep middling the ulcer as that might aggravate. Use topical anesthetic to get over must surely be taking vitamin supplements..if not do take them... ulcer in the oral cavity is like any other injury over the get healed it takes 4- 5 days... the topical anesthetic such as dentogel/mucopain would give you transient relief from pain.
Answered: Mon, 17 Dec 2012
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