For a couple days now I have a bump inside my right check and it hurts. Looks like there is a canker sore(whiteish) on it. and it hurts..when i touch it move my mouth around, try to eat it hurts. And on the right side of my throat it also hurts when it swallows. Im so nervous and scared dont know what this is. Are these 2 related?
I have had a pimple where my facial skin meets my lip for like 3 weeks now. It grew and formed alot of white push. It popped then it went down and the pimple still remains there. what can this be?
a mouth ulcer what is that and how do you get it? It really hurts when I eat or put pressure up against it..what about my throat feeling sore and hurting only on the right side..if it was a sore throat wouldnt my whole throat hurt when i swallow?
a boil what is that all about..is it something i should worry about> well it looked like a large pimple with a couple days full of pus now its just a pimple that got smaller but its still there and doesnt go away. does a boil do that.
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