For an initial outbreak of fever blisters, oral antiviral medication is sometimes recommended to improve healing time and reduce pain caused by the outbreak, according to WebMD. For recurrent fever blisters, topical crea... More »

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Treatments for lip blisters, or cold sores, include applying topical medications, taking oral pills, using medicated mouthwash and fortifying the diet with supplements and vitamins such as vitamin C, which helps build th... More »

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Goldenseal mixed with salt and warm water can be used as a rinse to treat mouth sores. Deglycyrrhizinated licorice may be used as well, and can be made into a paste with saliva or eaten as a chewable tablet. More »

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To get rid of fever blisters fast, use an oral antiviral medicine to promote healing and reduce the pain of the blister, according to WebMD. Topical creams and ointments may also be recommended. More »

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Blisters commonly heal on their own, but treatments such as covering the blister with a loose bandage or draining the blister can help enhance healing, prevent infection and decrease pain, explains WebMD. Torn or drained... More »

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Doctors prescribe antiviral drugs to relieve pain and reduce the duration of a shingles outbreak, according to WebMD. Topical medications, antidepressants and pain relievers are also used to treat long-term pain caused b... More »

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Burping treatments include increasing fluid intake, avoiding carbonated and alcoholic beverages, taking over-the-counter medication, and seeking medical advice if symptoms progress, according to WebMD. Normal burping usu... More »

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