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White blisters in roof of mouth that pop up overnight
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White blisters in roof of mouth that pop up overnight

This morning I woke up and had four white blisters on the  roof of my mouth. I do get fever blisters about once or twice a year on my lip. Are these fever blisters or something else. I ate a lot of spaghetti right before I went to bed so I thought it could be fever blisters but it's driving me crazy. Anyone else ever have this?
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do you have any on your fingers or toes. if o it could be fifth's diease (foot and mouth)  not sure what else it could be but I hope they go away quickly so you won't be sore
michelle
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Hi

The white blisters in your case could be canker sores that appear for no particular reason. They can be due to Vitamin B12 deficiency, mechanical irritation, a virus or due to a decrease in temporary decrease in body immunity. They could also be moth sores caused by hot and spicy food.

Most sores of either variety will disappear in 10-14 days. Some may persist. There are some remedies for both: Gargle with cool water, avoid hot beverages and foods, spicy and salty foods, take pain relievers like acetaminophen or take a multivitamin tablet.

However it is difficult to diagnose without examining. So please consult your doctor. Hope this helps. Please let me know if there is any thing else.

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