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Sore In My Mouth

I am a 20 yr old male and have had a recurring sore on the inside of my lip for about 3 weeks now. It is not a canker sore, and is not at all painful. It is more like a very small zit. It comes to a head, and I can pop it and puss comes out, but 2 or three days later it returns. I only noticed it because I felt it with my tongue. I was looking around on the internet and found all this stuff about mouth cancer and it scared the hell out of me. I chewed tobacco in high school off and on for about a year but havent for about a year.
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replied February 23rd, 2018

Welcome to e health forum.

The sore or ulcer you have on the gums would in most case subside with proper healing in 7 -10 days. Smaller ulcers heal much sooner.

Proper balanced diet, vitamin and mineral supplements along with antiinflammatory medications can help in faster recovery.

If it does not help or heal, consult your doctor who can provide a proper opinion.

I hope this helps.



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