Blisters in mouth?

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to much stress and i will find out more. don't worry. the blisters go Thu a course. they usually last about 2 weeks. they r hereditary. they burn and ur mouth is sore. u get them on ur tongue also. they look like normal blisters.
Oh I had one of these busters. Just have you been eating or drink sour, salty, or sweet food or drinks.I had these before. Just drink at least 2 glasses of water. Oh and also put COLD water in a cup and put at least 2 scoops of salt or sprinkle salt 4 times. Then GOGGLE it. Goggle it , don't swallow it , goggle it. Then my work here is done. ;)
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