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Roof Of Mouth -
April 16th 2012, 11:25 AM
Hi, uhmm I need some help, asap.
Well, for about 4 days I've had theses sores on the roof of my mouth, like right next to the back of my teeth. Well, they started off as blisters, and they hurt. But, then, they popped. And, now they hurt like hell. I can't eat, drink (I can't even drink water..), breathe through my mouth, and I didn't even sleep last night because I was in so much pain. Also, I'm not sexually active. I have never given a guy a blow job, had sex, anything. So, it's can't be anything to do with that. I was sick with a sore throat for about 3 days before that, it went away. I, then had a cold (still kinda do). But, I'm in excruciating pain.. and, I need some ideas/opinions. I can't go to the doctor, Mom will not take me. So, yeah. Anyone? Please?
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A person can get sores on the roof of mouth due to these possible causes.
Smoking is a common cause of sores on the palate.
A person can develop these sores due to palatal cancer.
Low levels of folate and B 12 vitamin can lead to these sores.
Drinking or eating something hot can give a person ulcers.
Pizza burn is a common occurrence, which gives burns on the roof of the mouth.
Viral or bacterial infection can cause sore on the mouth roof.
Sharp or broken tooth can also lead to soreness on the roof of the mouth.
Hormonal changes and stress are another factor which lead to palatal sores.
Low immunity causes mouth sores many times.
Habit of tobacco chewing is another common cause of mouth sores.
Would you say any of these apply to you? Click Here for where I found this information, it also has some remedies to fix it.
Why won't your mother take you to the doctor? She really should if you are in a lot of pain. Do you have any other family or maybe a friend that could take you? This is important because you could be at risk of infection.
Maybe try sucking on some ice, that could help to numb it. Use straws to eat and drink because then you can get some nutrients in without touching the roof of your mouth.
I just had a similar case and it turned out to be strep throat. My boyfriend also had it. You can also get sores with just an infection of the throat (pharyngitis). Since it is so painful, I do suggest seeing a doctor in order to get some meds to help relieve the pain.
Cough drops (menthol ones) helped my sore throat A LOT! I hate the taste but it really helped the sores a ton.
Also, as soon as they begin to clear up, soak your toothbrush in rubbing alcohol for at least 15 minutes. Then once the sores and symptoms are completely cleared up, buy a new toothbrush.