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    Canker sores
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    Th3momof2 posted:
    This is my second question and I'm at my wits end! My 8 year old son has always battled with canker sores. Not fever blisters, but huge canker sores on the inside of his lip, along the gum line, the roof of his mouth and the inside of his cheeks. These have been recurring monthly and causes him to not be able to eat, at times. His primary care physician says there isn't anything that can be done for him, but I can't imagine, with today's medical advancements, that there isn't SOMETHING I can do for him. Any advice?
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