Is Burning Pain In The Mouth When Smoking, A Symptom Of Mouth Cancer?


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Katie Harry answered
It is being found that smoking increases ones chance of getting a cancer of mouth, throat and esophagus. As many people are unaware of the symptom that causes oral cancer, this leads to the disease being spread before it is detected.

The most common of the symptoms include a sore or ulcer on the lip or in the mouth that is not getting healed up. And a certain pain or uncomfortable feeling in the mouth that is constant. Please do get yourself properly checked up by a doctor. Even if you feel a slight indication.

Check this out for detailed information on Mouth cancer.
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Anonymous answered
Hey my bottom lip feels like its burning and there are about 7 little white with lumps on the inside of my lip is this cancer

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