Woke up this morning and the 'blister' hasn't popped as such, but it now looks more like a huge ulcer and it's painful to swallow....strange! Anyway, thanks for everyones advice. Have taken some photos and will show to Dr D'Cruz just to be sure.Lily;524978 said:Hi Aggie,
Yes definitely mention it to your consultant. When I showed mine what I thought were ' blood blisters', he said they were actually a type of cutaneous vasculitis.
Yes, I'm going through a really bad flare of 'whatever I've got' at the moment because my period is due. It was bizarre because I was stood doing the dishes last night and felt the blister come up on the roof of my mouth within 30 seconds or so. I've had reddish brown spots on the inside on my cheeks/lips before but nothing like this. The lesions on my skin are also looking more florid and I've a huge open sore on my scalp. I also feel like I am coming down with a cold/have sore chest......deep joy. If what I've got IS nothing but psoriasis, I don't know what all this other c**p affecting me is! Surely it can't all be due to FM?Lily;524982 said:Roof of mouth ulcers are very common in Lupus, I get them when I flare.