I woke up and found that I had a small bubble in my mouth. Don’t think that it was just “fire” and careless. Recently, “Dr. Network Medicine Doctor of the United States” wrote an article reminding readers that vesicles in the lips and mouth may be early signs of certain diseases.
1. Cold sores
grown in small blisters on the lips or around the highly infectious, prone to colds, fever, menstrual periods and other body defenses are weakened. Cold sores can be infected by kissing, intimate contact with infected people, or sharing tableware. Although the cold sore can disappear within a few days, the taste is very uncomfortable. You can use a cotton swab to apply some Vaseline on it and try to avoid the wind and the sun. However, if you repeat the attack, you need to go to the hospital for examination.
2. Oral ulcers
Any part of the mouth may be attacked by it, usually in the shape of a white bulging blisters with pain. There are many causes of oral ulcers, such as allergies, infections, fatigue or lack of vitamins. They usually heal after a week or two, but if you have a long duration and recurrent episodes, you should seek medical advice promptly. Usually use more light salt water to gargle, can effectively prevent oral ulcers.