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  • Sore Mouth Infection

     

    • Apply a thin paste of baking soda and water to the sore.
    • Mix 1 part hydrogen peroxide with 1 part water and apply this mixture to the sores using a cotton swab.
    • For more severe cases, treatments include fluocinonide gel (Lidex), anti-inflammatory amlexanox paste (Aphthasol), or chlorhexidine gluconate (Peridex) mouthwash.
    • Over-the-counter medications, such as Orabase, can protect a sore inside the lip and on the gums.
    • Blistex or Campho-Phenique may provide some relief of canker sores and fever blisters, especially if applied when the sore first appears.Acyclovir cream 5% can also be used help reduce the duration of the cold sore. To help cold sores or fever blisters, you can also apply ice to the sore
  • Sore Mouth Infection

     Mouth sores often go away in 10 to 14 days, even if you don't do anything. They sometimes last up to 6 weeks. The following steps can make you feel better:

    • Avoid hot beverages and foods, spicy and salty foods, and citrus.
    • Gargle with salt water or cool water.
    • Eat fruit-flavored ice pops.
    • This is helpful if you have a mouth burn.
    • Take pain relievers like acetaminophen.
  • Sore Mouth Infection

    Mouth blisters are brought on by the herpes simplex infection. There are two sorts of the herpes simplex infection. The herpes simplex sort 1 infection (HSV-1) more often than not causes mouth blisters, and the herpes simplex sort 2 infection (HSV-2) commonly causes genital herpes.

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