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Exhausted. Food led to pain. What are the red bumps on mouth?

On Sunday I was biking all day and got physically exhausted I ate a sandwich, a chocolate bar and Gatorade, my mouth started hurting after eating and it felt like I developed canker sores. I couldn’t eat or drink anything for the rest of the night due to the pain. A few days later small red bumps appeared on the roof of my mouth, slightly painful and they are still here. I can’t see a dentist because I am out of town till next week
Asked On : Sun, 3 Jun 2012
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Thanks for writing to HCM forum.

The bumps can be arised from the allergic foods ingested or due to anxiety/stress .

I would suggest you to apply topical steroid on the affected area.

Rinse your mouth after every meals.

Gargle frequently with warm saline.

Take a balanced diet ,fruits etc.

Vitamin becosules,iron supplements has to be administered.

Avoid spicy/allergic food stuffs.

If symptoms persists,please do visit a dentist.

Take care.

Answered: Wed, 19 Jun 2013
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