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mouth ulcer

i am having a mouth ulcer today. Initially it occured two weeks back on my right cheek.it is 1mm in diameter and whitish in the center & have a red perimeter.it is very painful when i move my tongue over it and also when it gets a friction with the teeth. Eating food & even drinking water becomes very difficult & causes pain .
i also had high fever just after the ulcer occured.the fever lasted for 1 week & then the mouth ulcer also gone.

but today it is again occuring in my lower lips with little pain and small 3 blister occuring in this red area.
please suggest me a homepathy remedy and kindly say me the name of the disease i am suffering from.
please help me soon , i am very tensed.
thanks
 
  miracle on 2005-04-20
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
have you any problems with your teeth, any recent dental work???
 
erika last decade
No i had never any teeth problem . But at this moment i am very tensed of how to cure it.Is it any kind of Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS) or Herpetic Stomatitis......... ? please help me to get cure.
thanks
regards,
mainak
 
miracle last decade

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