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I have this regularly now it only rested for 2 months and now it is back. Sometimes I get 4 small blisters but they are not painful. After a few days it will turn white and will just burst and gone suddenly
replied by ELITE (3,642 points) 6 8 14
I remember myself having those blisters when I was at my teens, it causes by cold sore and it tend to go away and won't coming back.

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answered by LEGEND (6,077 points) 6 9 22
This condition you usually experience, which is blisters around the lips is also called cold sores. They often appear as sores or lesions not only around the lips but sometimes inside the nostril, on the cheek or chin and in less frequent manner, on the gums in the mouth or the roof of the mouth. They are often accompanied by severe pains, burning sensation or itching on the spot where they develop. They are also called fever blisters.

The main cause of cold sores is a virus strain called herpes simplex virus1(HSV1). They are highly contagious as they can be passed on from one person to another easily through direct contact with an infected person. The good thing about them is that, they have time duration for them to burst and disappear, which is 7 to 10 days. Cold sores can be activated after disappearance by minor triggers like injuries and fatigue.

Unfortunately, cold sores can not be cured but through self healing process, they can be treated after their time of duration elapse.
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answered by ELITE (3,091 points) 2 6 11
Blisters is suspected to caused by accumulated fever in the body due to heat and other factors. Fever blisters, you don't get cold sore from fever or colds but they can triggered by them. The virus that causes cold sores is uusually passed via kiss, shared utensils or other close contact. Over the counter cream and ointments may help discomfort and speed healing. Frequent sores may require a prescription.

This is however related to blister only that blister occurs as a result of heat inside the body trigger includes hypertentivity, infections, hormones, stress and not getting enough of some vitamins. Also called aphthous ulcer, canker sore can show up on the tongue , cheek even on gum.

It can be taken care of by taking antibiotics and also using local herbs like wuci as it is called in my local dialect.

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