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Blood blister inside cheek
Hi, few hours back I noticed a small black dot/blister inside my cheek. When I tried to remove the dot some blood came out of it and now it had become whitish and it's surrounded by red. M very scared. Is it Cancer? I don't smoke and eat tobacco
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Apply dolo gel CT
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It's mostly due to cheek biting and will go on its own. Since you touched and tried to remove it, it has become irritated. Just apply dologel CT and leave overnight,  it will settle in few days
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Hello Don't be scared, must be some ulcer. Kindly send the photo if possible for better understanding.
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Don't be scared and don't try to remove or get rid of it on your own.
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Hii. first attached your picture and don't worry its not a cancer. it can be a ulcer. will be better in couple of days. Avoid eating too hot and spicy foods for some day.
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attached some pictures of the lesion
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