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Unread 10-20-2008, 02:20 PM   #1
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I did a stupid thing and ate such hot oatmeal. It was so hot that in the microwave it was boiling over. I just wasn't thinking. This was yesterday. Anyhow after it happened I applied cool wash clothes and now today have been putting neosporin lip treatment and chapstick. It has formed a bubble on my outside of lip like a cold sore. I am assuming like a filled blister.Is there anything else I should apply or being doing? It looks like it needs to pop and is so gross. Thanks
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burns blister. It should heal up quickly if you are still taking your Omegas.
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Thanks Mrs D I was hoping you would come to the rescue. I appreciate it. I am taking my omegas. I feel like the biggest idiot this happened. Many thoughts always.
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alot of pain? There are numbing agents.
Anbesol liquid has 20% benzocaine for example. It might sting when you first apply it, but then it will numb for a while. It is also antiseptic and kills germs.

There is a fatty acid healing ointment called Abreva. It is targeted for herpes, but in reality it would work for other healing issues. Not INexpensive however.

Don't feel badly... I burned the inside of my upper palate once... blistered up... hurt like the devil too.
It happens.

When my son was little he was tooting on a toy flute/whistle and fell and scraped his upper palate badly. That was very hard to deal with...he cried and cried and I felt so badly for him! Anbesol to the rescue.
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Thanks. I asked the pharmacist too and he told me about that numbing ointment. It doesn't hurt too bad just irritated now and I hate that numb feeling. It looks so uglt though but he said it should heal soon. I feel like I do so many dumb things lately. I just am not thinking but I know like you said it happens to a lot of people. Just a build up of stuff if you know what I mean.
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