A few weeks ago, I noticed that I was salivating a bit more than normal. A couple of days ago, I noticed this strange sore in my mouth. It's on the inner cheek, a bit above the teeth near the back of the mouth. It sort of like a flap, and I can move it up and down, though when I move it up, it hurts a little. It's odd. I'm 24 and have never had sex, etcetera, always been healthy, don't have any other symptoms, etcetera. Just a little bit of an oddity I was curious about.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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