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I am 60 years old and of late,no more than six weeks,I have been experiencing mouth bleeding, only during a nights sleep.Other than high blood pressure which I control well by taking Prinivil 20mg (1) and Adalat 60mg (2) daily, I believe myself to be in reasonably good health.
I have no symptoms to explain the bleeding, such as soreness, tenderness or pain coming from my mouth, throat or stomach, so I am at a loss.
If I were to have a guess I'd say I am bleeding from the roof of my mouth.
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replied June 30th, 2017
Friable lips, bleeding from gums - can be a sign of malnourishment, stress disorders, vitamin deficiencies or oral infections.

It would be recommended that you consult with your doctor and get a proper medical opinion.

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