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Vitamin B with C For Prevention

Updated on February 14, 2018

A Little B Goes A Long Way

As a teenager and young adult, it was not uncommon for me to experience blisters in my mouth, on my tongue, or even on a tonsil. These blisters were very painful and lasted about ten days. They seemed to appear out of nowhere and arrived at the worst possible times! I visited several doctors over the years in an attempt to find a remedy and a reason for my pain and suffering. In my early twenties, I found a Doctor who recommended Vitamin B with C. He told me to take two tablets the first day and continue them until the white blisters were gone. It worked!

Over the years, I have learned to listen to my body more carefully. I have discovered that when I am run down or over stressed, I am more apt to see a blister. With my new understanding of the precipitating factors, I begin taking supplements of Vitamin B with C when I am feeling run down or have stressful situations in my life, as a preventative measure. I also open a eat a can of spinach when I am feeling run down to supplement my vitamin intake. I have not had a blister in years.

One of my children also has the tendency toward blisters in his mouth. In late elementary school, he showed his first symptom. As a young adult, he has learned to take preventative measures in his life also! I don't think he likes spinach as much as I do. He easily takes the supplements, but ignores my references to a can of spinach.

If you struggle with small white blisters in your mouth from time to time due to an unknown cause, you might consult your doctor first. If all else fails, an extra boost of Vitamin B with C could change your life like it did mine. Those blisters are extremely painful and I prefer to avoid them.


What I Have Learned

Over the years, I have learned to listen to my body more carefully. I have discovered that when I am run down or over stressed, I am more apt to see a blister. With my new understanding of the precipitating factors, I begin taking supplements of Vitamin B with C when I am feeling run down or have stressful situations in my life, as a preventative measure. I also open a eat a can of spinach when I am feeling run down to supplement my vitamin intake. I have not had a blister in years.

One of my children also has the tendency toward blisters in his mouth. In late elementary school, he showed his first symptom. As a young adult, he has learned to take preventative measures in his life also! I don't think he likes spinach as much as I do. He easily takes the supplements, but ignores my references to a can of spinach.

If you struggle with small white blisters in your mouth from time to time due to an unknown cause, you might consult your doctor first. If all else fails, an extra boost of Vitamin B with C could change your life like it did mine. Those blisters are extremely painful and I prefer to avoid them.

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    Paula Kirchner 8 years ago from Austin. Texas

    Thanks Pamela!

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    Pamela Oglesby 8 years ago from United States

    Good information.

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