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How to heal a fever blister outside the mouth?

Docosanol 10% cream (Abreva) is the only OTC topical product that is known to decrease healing time when applied at the first sign of a cold sore or fever blister! Thanks and On Any Suggestions here?


  1. Nakisha Reply:

    Caused by a virus (herpes simplex 1), fever blisters most often form in and do to treat fever blisters in and around the mouth, and relieve your symptoms. contagious sores on the outside of the mouth caused by the herpes type-one virus. Source:

  2. Brandee Reply:

    Nov 3, 2008 Fever blisters are small sores that typically occur outside the mouth on While there is no cure for this condition, medications are available to

  3. Virgie Reply:

    Lots of people get them. Those annoying red sores on their lips. You can’t hide them either ! Cold sores, and fever blisters, are common as colder weather comes around and are often induced by stress or mild to severe immune system dysfunct… Source:

  4. Syble Reply:

    Fever blisters, also known as cold sores, are not only unsightly, but are painful as well. Caused by a virus (herpes simplex 1), fever blisters most often form in and around the mouth, but can be spread to other tissues as well. Fever blist… Source:

  5. Amy Reply:

    Cold sores, fever blisters and canker sores are all caused by the herpes simplex virus, and they are notoriously hard to get rid of. Aside from the stinging pain, they are unattractive. When you have one, though they tend to be small, it ca… Source:

  6. Gretta Reply:

    How long does it take to heal fever blister? i been having it for many white dots on my 1/2 a year already.. it doesn’t hurt but its like so lip…. people say it takes 3-4 da

  7. Glenna Reply:

    They have an OTC med called Abreva! Research about herpes on the web! You may be able to find tips to handle the outbreaks! Anytime you have a visible cold sore avoid kissing and oral sex!

  8. Renata Reply:

    How can you make a fever blister on your lip heal faster? soak a clean face cloth in it, and take a little of the water out of it, but not all and hold it on the blister.

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