Hey im 18 now when i was around 15 years old i believe i had broke out with small bumps on the side of my mouth. Me and my mom believed i had herpes or some sort of disease but i used protection honestly and A matter of fact i went to the doctor and to come to find out girls like me that suffer from a sensitive body or Off ph balance age will commonly experience around 15-18 years of age . This is called Perioral dermatitis , only us girls with off ph balances will experience this. Its ugly and horrible but trust me you can get rid of em by cold compress or a cold towel or just use vasoline itll go away in a week . Us girls get it bad. ^ Fyi please dont think its only conmon to white girls it happens mostly to us black girls. But make sure you clean your face carefully. Take care of yourself
In any case, papilloma of the mouth is a painless bump that can occur anywhere in the mouth. It can be found on the uvula, tonsil, palate, cheek, lip, etc. It has an irregular pitted surface like a strawberry or rasberry. It is typically pink to red in color though white can also occur. Treatment is surgical excision and is "curative." Curative is in quotes because although the mass is gone, it can recur in the same place or elsewhere given the virus itself is not "cured" and can trigger the papilloma growth again. The papilloma should be typed for HPV to determine if a high-risk HPV type is present. If so, the oral cavity should be examined regularly for recurrence and any suspicous lesions biopsied to minimize risk of oral cancer development. Our office also offers the Oral HPV Spit Test to check for any microscopic evidence for HPV infection in the mouth or throat that may lead to recurent papilloma formation.
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