When you're overdue for an adjustment by about two weeks, your mouth can get pretty sore.
I never knew you could get a blood blister on your hard pallate though. Apparently the kind of pressure I've had can cause that kind of thing.
Yes, I'm serious. By the time I realized what it was (other than just a sore spot) it was the size of a nickel. I was cleaning the denture and checking for bone spurs a bit ago and noticed that that sore spot in the roof of my mouth felt a little swollen (hard to tell with the denture in, really.)
And sort of... squishy. WTF?
Stuck my thumb in there and sure as shit it wasn't just my tongue playing tricks on me, it was squishy....
And then it popped.
And I don't mean the covering tissue split and the offending blood poured out. No, that would be too simple.
I had to clean my mirror. I gagged on blood twice.
Tears ran down both legs. In spite of the... ahem... large doses of Ibuprofen I've been taking so that I could make it to the adjustment I'm getting tomorrow without, ya know, killing myself. Don't yell at me, medical friends...
Doc Ron is gonna yell at me for you. For not making a run up there before now, if nothing else.
But ya know, that sore spot? Not so sore anymore.
Scuse me, I need to go eat now, I'm starving.