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Mouth Blood Blister

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I get these too. All accounts plus a test point to my being Gluten Intolerant. I don't die from eating wheat products, but I suffer consequences.

I also never used to get these prior going Gluten Free, I suppose one might speculate that something we once got from such things as wheat, we may not longer get. Thus; problems. Possible.

A short internet search turns up a few sites that describe this kind of problem, and, as it happens, it doesn't seem to be a worrisome condition to be in. Though I am sure a thorough search will possibly bring back some information stating that this condition is a sure sign that 2012 is really going to be the end of the world. The internet is a nebulous thing.

Thus, I wouldn't worry about it too much, but if it persists, head to a doctor, possibly a mouth specialist.

Thus far I have found that this kind of thing can be chalked up to a mouth trauma of some kind. Blood vessels burst without bursting the skin, thus fill the skin with blood. It clears by itself typically. This, is as far as my research found. Sometimes they hurt, sometimes they don't. Mine don't.

Mine haven't come in a long time, but I now have one. I also notice they tend to come right after eating, so some sort of allergic reaction wouldn't be surprising, though, I eat a bunch of really benign foods ... (Habits of Candida diets! HA!)

Good luck everyone.

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Today I have woken up with a lovely mouth blood blister (1/4") that has appeared over night. I have never had one of these so has just made me wonder if its another one of those hundereds of symptoms of celiac disease. Any ideas anyone?

Jason

I get them quit often, but I am pretty sure mine is from biting my cheek, I'll wake up with them too.

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Today I have woken up with a lovely mouth blood blister (1/4") that has appeared over night. I have never had one of these so has just made me wonder if its another one of those hundereds of symptoms of celiac disease. Any ideas anyone?

Jason

I get these all the time. They are painful, more so when they pop. The underlying sore takes a long time to heal. I'm new to this gluten-free program so I don't know what causes them. I never asked a Dr. either.

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