Blister on the Uvula?

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A blister on the uvula usually indicates an infection, and is the most common cause of sore throats. An infection of the uvula can cause problems swallowing, breathing, eating, and even talking. The location of the uvula is the reason it is so prone to infection. Any allergen that gets through the nose or mouth comes in direct contact with the uvula. Avoiding dehydration and excessive drinking and smoking can help to prohibit infection of the uvula.
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A blister on the uvula can be a sore throat, or a condition called Uvulitis. A doctor should be consulted to determine the proper steps to take in order to heal. ...
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