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slopyjoemat slopyjoemat rating
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"Cold Sores"
 
I got a couple of cold sores from biting the inside of my mouth, they frigging hurt and take for ever to go away. It's messing up my dfk game. Anybody have an amazing cure out there? I have heard L-Lysine helps but did not do me any good.

"Slurp"

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1. "RE: Cold Sores"
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   A cold sore is Herpes. You don't get it from biting the inside of your mouth. You might get it from biting the inside of her twat, though?

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2. "RE: Cold Sores"
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Although cold sores and canker sores are often confused for each other, they are not the same. Cold sores, also called a fever blister or herpes simplex type 1, are groups of painful, fluid-filled blisters. Unlike canker sores, cold sores are caused by a virus and are extremely contagious. Also, cold sores typically appear outside the mouth - usually, under the nose, around the lips, or under the chin while canker sores occur inside the mouth.

In any case you should not dfk or daty until they heal 1 to 2 weeks.

Exit Stage Left!

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3. "RE: Cold Sores"
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You might also consider brushing your teeth at least once or twice a month. Have any of you friends ever called you names like fungus mouth or suddenly pulled away from you for no apparant reason when you get too close?

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4. "RE: Cold Sores"
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   There is really nothing you can do about it but let it run its course. I get them on occasion, but more of cold sores then canker sores on the inside of my mouth. It has helped me when I gargled with a mild mouth wash a few times a day and using one of those med like oral gel to comfort the pain. L-Lysine works, but it isn't a miracle cure. It helps speed up the healing process. It depends on how much you take. If you take 2 one thousand milligrams tablets a day (once in the morning and one at night) it will help. It works wonders on cold sores. I seem to get them when I get a cold and blowing my nose endlessly or when my body gets stressed from working long hours and not getting enough rest.

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5. "RE: Cold Sores"
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Agreed with some of the posters here.

It needs to run its course. Even with prescriptive antivirals, the only benefit is faster crusting of the sores by about 1-2 days. You just need to sit on the sidelines for at least 1-2 weeks.

Don't go spreading it around. Save yourself some $$.

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6. "RE: Cold Sores"
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LAST EDITED ON 11-Apr-12 AT 12:55 PM (PST)
 
Hey i am confused I always thought cold sores and canker sores were the same herpes virus. So if i have a canker sore I DO NOT HAVE AN STD well shit that is the best news i have had in a while!

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7. "RE: Cold Sores"
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As stated before, a cold sore usually indicates a herpetic lesion. If your lesions are caused by chewing your cheek, they are what we call traumatic apthous ulcers. They should resolve within ten days. Things like OTC ambesol will help with the initial discomfort, or you can go to your dentist and see if they can prescribe you magic mouthwash to help. After three days, you can start with warm salt water rinses to aid in recovery. If you rinse at first onset, it will obviously sting like hell, that's why you wait three days.

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