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sore

1. (esp of a wound, injury, etc.) painfully sensitive; tender
2. a painful or sensitive wound, injury, etc.
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I ate despite a sore and swollen throat and a sore mouth.
She has been suffering from a sore mouth, but that seems to have cleared up now.
From dishes for nausea and diarrhea to those for sore mouth and difficulty swallowing or taste alterations, this packs in dishes high in nutrition and appeal alike.
During cancer treatment eating enough food to get the nutrients you need can be a challenge, especially if you have side effects such as nausea, vomiting, taste changes, a sore mouth or diarrhoea.
The officer, who had never seen Lt Douglas before, said she complained of vomiting after meals, lethargy and a sore mouth.
WHEN you have a sore mouth after eating hot or spicy food, why doesn't drinking water soothe it?
Nutrition is a critically important factor in the treatment of cancer and such after affects as neutropenia (low white blood cell count), diarrhea, constipation, sore mouth or throat, loss of appetite, etc.
Yellow root is a good remedy for sore mouth (ulcers).
Under "Diseases of the digestive organs of cattle" there are mentions of bloat, impaction, scours, worms, and sore mouth.
I've got the usual shaky innards, swollen glands, sore mouth and throat, agonisingly blocked ears, headaches, fuzziness and violent itching.
I've told everyone who has or had fever sores, canker sores, or a sore mouth to use lysine.