Sore gums roof mouth

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my gums above where my top eye teeth and the roof of my mouth is very tender to touch, what cold it be
It may just be a torus which basically means you have some extra bone on the roof of your mouth which creates a bump on the roof of your mouth. The gums (soft tissue) on top of that area is usually a little thinner and a little more susceptible to trauma. But a torus would have been present all your life unless you recently noticed it. If it has been growning or changing in shape, then its definitely important to check the area out as soon as possible.
There is also a small area like that on the bottom of my mouth as well. It doesn't feel like a canker sore but I recently just got rid of a canker sore. Are the sores related? It doesn't hurt at all unless something touches it (ie: drinking water) and the surrounding areas feel fine. Is this something I should be worried about? I ate a lot of spicy food this week though I don't really specifically remember burning myself really hard. Could that be the cause?
The roof of my mouth hurts when I talk, swallow, or yawn and the gums are extremely sore no matter what. Please help!!!!
Fever swelling tongue, gums, roof of mounth, fever 100-101.3, sore throat, canker sores on tongue, roof of mouth just returned from Europe 5 days ago. What could this be? Took a strep test at quick clinic/neg.
But the other day the roof of my mouth on the right side was sore and i noticed there was an open sore and it was bleeding. I just ignored it and kept brushing my teeth normally but now the other side of my mouth is starting to bleed too!! So when i drink juice or soda it realy burns because of the open sores. Should i wait a few days and keep taking care of my teeth and then call a dentist? Or is it more serious?
I also noticed that the gums beneath them seem to have receded quickly. I also had several ulcers, one on the roof of my mouth, one under my tongue -- both of which feel as though they've healed up. I had a deep cleaning done a week ago -- the Dentist noticed a significant buildup of calculus on the back of my front incisors. I'm a week out of the deep cleaning, and while the pain feels like it's getting better, I still have a "stinging" and swollen sensation in my gums.
My son has a sore spot on the roof of his mouth just behind his two front teeth. It doesnt look red or infected, but he says it is sore. He also says his gums bleed when he brushes his teeth. I dont know if that has anything to do with the sore spot. What would cause the soreness behind his two front teeth and bleeding gums?
my top gums above the eye tooth and on the roof of my mouth are very tender to touch
after the sex i realized a rather large section of my gums and roof of my mouth are sore and red. i realize i am at risk, but i am wondering how much of a risk are we talking about? i should also mention that i was actually trying not to get any vaginal fluid in my mouth and spitted out regularly.
The roof of his mouth feels like he has sores. He says his gums are sore too. If this is tx related, is there something he can do for this? Gargle, etc?
Like sometimes I'll wake up and the sides of my tongue are red and very sore or the roof of my mouth has a bump or sore on it but then I rinse with salt water and it goes away in a few days and sometimes I wake up with a red swollen taste bud or mouth pain and soreness. The gum is the weirdest thing.
Hello Dear, Your condition seems like stomatitis. Inflammation of the mucous lining of any of the structures in the mouth, which may involve the cheeks, gums, tongue, lips, and roof or floor of the mouth. The word "stomatitis" literally means inflammation of the mouth.
I can hardly brush my teeth. Everything in my mouth hurts. Roof of my mouth, gums, under tongue, tongue itself. What could this be?
I have been having pain in two of the 'ridges' in the roof of my mouth for quite some time now. One of them is the one is in the center that runs between the front two teeth and the other is next to it. They are slightly swollen and sore (I tend to rub my tongue on them a lot lately). I have also noticted a small pump next to one of the ridges and a small bump in my gums between one of my front teeth and side tooth that is greyish/deep read.
I have been drinking hot tea lately cause my throat hurts really bad, but the hot tea BURNS the sore on the roof of my mouth so much that it does nothing for my throat. could this cut be from an allergic reaction to the pineapple? cause i have been avoiding them since the last time I had it, i got canker sores on my gums. What can i do to make it heal? ive tried oragel for the pain, which helps a little bit. would salt water help? i dunno.
Hello forum,, can someone please tell me this issue I'm having has nothing o do with SOL/RIBA. I've had a small tongue sore that's very painful. I dread brushing teeth an mouth washing, but biotene doesn't burn as bad. Sore throat yesterday an woke up in increased pain in my whole mouth this a.m. The spot seems to have ulcerated kinda deep. I tried hydrogen peroxide a few days ago, bad decision!! Also splotchy red spots on roof of mouth.
The lesions can be painful and may bleed slightly when you scrape them or brush your teeth. Sometimes oral thrush may spread to the roof of your mouth, your gums, tonsils or the back of your throat. Although oral thrush can affect anyone, it occurs most often in babies and toddlers, older adults, and in people with compromised immune systems.
It commonly involves the lips or the tongue but can also occur on the cheek lining, floor of the mouth, gums and roof of the mouth. In oral cancer there is a sore, lump, or ulcer in the mouth which may be painless at first but can develop pain in later stages. Ulcers can take a couple of weeks to heal and are likely to keep appearing .Correct any underlying iron, vitamin B12 or folate deficiency if present. Do discuss above mentioned possibilities with your doctor. Best wishes and regards!
I popped the one on the my inner lower lip and it is now a sore. I also had a hard bump on the roof of my mouth that today is also a sore. Any idea what this could be?
Since then, I have a metallic taste in my mouth that worsens as the day goes on. My tongue is very sore and so it my throat. I noticed a small 'blister' that does not hurt on the roof of my mouth near the opening to my throat. The inside of my cheeks and my gums near my front bottom teeth are also sore. By the end of the day my entire jaw aches. Is this caused by the filling or what is going on?
I started with sores on my tongue,gums, and roof of my mouth, now the underside of my tongue hurts/dry and the lymphnode in my neck is swollen. I am in a serious relationship but this started after I gave him oral sex. What could it be? It's been a week now. Sores are gone but underside of tongue still dry/numb and lymph node in neck is swollen and painful.
I don't have experience with cold sores during tx (although my gums were as sore as heck). Here's a thread that might help - it has different opinions about what to do. Magnum seemed to get a lot of cold sores: http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Hepatitis-C/Really-Worried-At-Week-58-Of-72/show/1076941 If it were me, I'd try Spectda's recommendation first (water with a bit of vinegar) and only if it didn't work, look into something like Zovirax cream. Maybe Magnum will weigh in.
I sometimes wake up in the morning with the sides of my tounge painful and sore or I'll wake up with random things like a swolen sore taste bud, painful and sore roof of my mouth, painful cut like abrasions under my tounge by my teeth or just sore gums. This is not all the time but It happens a lot. If I eat spicy food or acidic food the next day my mouth hurts and if I eat taco chips Im in pain. It goes away in a day or two but its very annoying.
This can occur on lips, under the tongue, or less commonly on the roof of the mouth. It is a common and harmless phenomenon, although it can be annoying for the patient." Source:http://www.netwellness.org/healthtopics/mouthdiseases/mucocele.cfm Mucoceles are benign and they usually do not give discomfort unless they increase in size and present with pain or tenderness. There is no need for further intervention in cases of mucoceles.
Every now and then, my gums will become sore, and just "peel" off. I can literally move the skin around with my tongue until it comes off. This happens with certain foods, and after certain things I do. It only affects the upper gums, on the inside, right next to the toothline, and sometimes on the roof. Visibly it becomes red, and bleeds some. Tonight at work I was cleaning some stuff at work, and snuck in a quick chicken nugget.
At first I just had one on the roof of my mouth. You know those two hard bumps on the roof of your mouth right where the hard palate joins the soft palate? One of those bumps is enlarged, white and sore. I had a biopsy done on it and it came back negative. My mouth is constantly very dry and sore. It feels better when I eat something or chew gum because it gets the saliva flowing. More recently, I've been getting sores after I drink alcohol.
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