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?
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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