Hello. Every now and then I get fluid filled blister under my tongue. They can get kinda painful, but nothing too crazy or anything. I get similar ones in my bottom inner lip a lot more often though. I am hsv-1 positive. Can these blisters be caused by it by the virus? Is it an outbreak? View Thread
The pain is actually pretty rare. Unles i rub it against my teeth, it doesn't really hurt. The ones in my inner lower lip never really hurt unless I pop them and rub my tongue on them. Even them the pain is like a 1 out of 10. so not a big deal at all. is that indicative of canker sores? Ever since I found out I have hsv-1, I have been afraid of everything that comes out in my mouth, especially these blisters. Should I be this worried? I'm terrified of my own spit now!View Thread
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