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Swollen gums

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • March 16, 2008
  • 01:09 PM

I have a bad habbit of chewing on my checks and occasionaly bleed, i have sores on the sides of my mouth and now my gums are swollen all over. Its swollen on the left cheek to the point where it hurts to chew on food, ive been eating oat meal and yogurt for the past couple of days. I was wondering if i poisoned myself by chewing on my cheeks or maybe its just my wisdom teeth that need to be pulled?

Also I have abit of a fever i was wondering if it could be related as I got both at the same time.

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