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Have sore throat and blister under lip. Had ear infection, headache and fever. Related?

Ok well I have a quick question I been really sick for the past three day with a really bad sore throat where I can t swallow and I had an ear infection n headache n a fever all at the same time n I m now getting better but my lips are really chapped n I just now noticed I have a little red looking kinda blister under my upper lip and I jst wanted to know if it could be from the fever I had or what caused it?
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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you had ENT infection and it is treated by the doctor, now you have apthous ulcers, that could be due to multivitamin deficiency, riboflavin deficiency, or could be due to stress associated with the ill health in the recent past..
see your physician for this, get a prescription for multivitamins, probiotics and analgesics..
take some bacterial anaesthetic oral applicants for rapid healing..
all the very best..
Answered: Thu, 25 Jul 2013
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