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By JB Harrison A cold sore (HSV-1) is a small blister or blisters that take form around the outside of the mouth. Sometimes they may appear inside of the mouth, usually found on the roof of the mouth. They are clear and filled with fluid and are caused by the herpes simplex virus. Also referred […]Continue reading
By Dr. Edward Barnes Don’t think that you are the lone cold sore sufferer. Almost 70% of the American population suffers from fever blisters. They might have been affected by it any age. The main problem with this disease is that it is recurring. Due to its recurrent attack nature, cold sores have gained much […]Continue reading
By Dr. Edward Barnes It is believed that if you get cold sores once then it would recur again. So you don’t have any chance as it stays on body for a period of 9-14 days (depending upon its life cycle). These 9-14 days you are put to severe pain, discomfort and of course a […]Continue reading
By Dr. Edward Barnes Are you really serious about getting rid of cold sores? Then you should definitely read this article. Most of the cold sore sufferers simply restrict themselves to the prescription medications without getting into reality. The cold sore is a viral outbreak otherwise known as fever blisters. It is caused by herpes […]Continue reading
Although not a tongue problem, per se, angular cheilitis is a problem of the mouth. It is an inflammatory lesion at the corner of the mouth that often occurs bilaterally. Angular cheilitis (also called cheilosis) shows up as deep cracks or splits. In severe cases, the splits can bleed when the mouth is opened and […]Continue reading