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Mouth Sores
Aug 25, 2004
... I didn't know that I had lupus mouth sores until my rheumatologist and his PA found them! They were small red areas on the inside of my mouth. ... (13 replies)
Mouth Sores
Aug 24, 2004
... were so small and painless that my dentist found them and asked if I have lupus. I was completely unaware of them. ... (13 replies)
Sores In Mouth
May 14, 2007
... Sorry to hear about your little girl. I get mouth sores too. They are painful. ... (7 replies)

Sores In Mouth
May 5, 2007
... Anyway, I'm wondering if anybody suffers from sores in their mouth? ... (7 replies)
... It's bothersome, but mouth sores are one of the 11 symptoms of lupus. Mine were tiny, painless, my dentist found them, and asked if I had lupus. Maybe we're stuck with them from time to time? ... (4 replies)
... I've had the type of mouth sores you described for a few years now. I mostly get them around my maxillary and mandibular gum line and they are painless. ... (14 replies)
... I don't believe the mouth sores "have to be" in any certain place. Don't know too much about them. Mine were on lower hard palate. And hurt! ... (14 replies)
... I was wondering about the mouth sores, do they only occur on the roof of your mouth? ... (14 replies)
Could it be Lupus?
Oct 16, 2011
... Hello & welcome! I'm just a patient & can't know if this is lupus, but I think seeing a rheumatologist makes sense. Have you seen the sticky posts (permanent info posts) at the top of the thread list? All have useful info, incl. symptoms, how lupus is diagnosed, reading suggestions, etc. In the sticky with criteria, you'll see 11 criteria developed by the ACR (American... (3 replies)
... or mouth sores? ... (7 replies)
Sores In Mouth
May 5, 2007
... In my experience, the sores I had in my mouth were completely painless and were so small I didn't know they were there. My dentist found them and told me about them. ... (7 replies)
... Dear galpster, Greetings & welcome! The "sticky posts" at the top of the Board explain (briefly) the diagnostic criteria for lupus. One of them, the one about test results, has a resource that explains in much more detail vrs. tests, symptoms (a HUGE range is possible!), skin problems, protein in urine, other organ issues, etc. Your going to a rheumie makes a lot of... (1 replies)
... I don't know if this will help or not; but I used to get canker sores a lot and learned (on my own, docs were no help) to stay away from citrus. No citrus fruit, juices; including raw tomatoes (they are the worst). I now get a mouthful of the "painless" sores and it seems as though more frequent brushing and mouthwashes; reducing diet sodas and even picking out the slices of... (4 replies)
... From what I've researched... the "oral ulcers" in lupus have predilection for roof of mouth and along gum lines but can be anywhere in mouth... ... (14 replies)
Mouth blisters
Mar 4, 2003
... i was recently diag. with lupus and i have been getting mouth sores for about 6months now. to be diag. with lupus you need to have 4 out of the 11 criteria. one of the crit. ... (1 replies)
... My problems all started when I was about 21. I had this huge painless ulcer in the roof of my mouth. I was sent to UK hospital to have it biopsied and it turned out to be nothing. Then I was diagnosed with mono. ... (4 replies)
? for those dx'ed
Apr 22, 2005
... If you don't have APS, then it simply doesn't exist." He then ran a battery of his own tests. I'll see him March 2nd for results. Anyway, other symptoms are painless sores in mouth, just about every day I have a fever 99. ... (5 replies)
... so never even mentioned it to my rheumie. I laughed when I read about mouth and nasal sores a couple of months ago cause I had never heard of that symptom linked to lupus. Another one of those "aha" moments. ... (2 replies)




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