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Burning lips, dry mouth, white line on cheeks, white dots around mouth. HPV?

Burning lips and dry mouth for months. White line on middle of inner cheeks. mico-sized White dots around mouth. All std tests came back normal. Is this a sign of HPV? I took the oralDNA and it came back negative for HPV. I have spoke to oral surgeons and dermatologists with no helpful information. Blood work is normal except for low vitamin D . What should I do? Am I contagious? What should I take? I feel as if it is spreading to my throat .
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Hello and welcome to HCM forum,
I would like to inform you that the white line on the inside of your cheek is from cheek biting , it is not an infection.
The white dots are opening of glands are are normal,
If the blood reports show no infection then we can rely on the reports, you need not worry.
Dry mouth and chapped lips can be from nutritional deficiencies(vit. B and C),
I will recommend you to take multivitamins for a month atleast and check for the signs and symptoms to subside.
You should be using chap stick for dry lips and drink lots of water,
Do not worry , you are not suffering from any viral infection.
I hope this answer was useful,
I wish you good health,
take care.
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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