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I've been dealing with reoccurring mouth sores for almost seven years with no official diagnosis. I've seen nine physicians and none of them have offered any real insight. My blood work is always normal and I have no other symptoms. The last couple have suggested a possible auto immune condition. I do have a family history of hashimotos and rheumatoid arthritis but nobody in my family has ever had these extreme mouth sores.
The sores cover my entire mouth: cheeks, innner lips, under my tongue and on my gums. They are extremely painful and it sometimes gets to the point where I can't drink water. They are large and white with irregular shapes, sometimes just large patches. My mouth is not dry and my glands are usually swollen as well. I've had no treatment other than pain management. I've tried to cure myself by trying different diets: vegan, gluten and sugar free, I've changed my toothpaste to a mild brand and nothing works. Does anyone else have this problem? I tried to add a photo but I can't. Thanks
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