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    There's a spot in my mouth. Near my teeth and it stings so much. What do I do?
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    Bonjela it! It's probably just a small mouth ulcer or somesuch.
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    Bonjela it! It's probably just a small mouth ulcer or somesuch.
    Pop it? How the hell do I do that? It's like under the skin
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    Pop it? How the hell do I do that? It's like under the skin
    I said Bonjela, not pop!! Bonjela is a gel you rub on mouth ulcers and sore patches for pain relief and it helps them heal.

    http://www.boots.com/bonjela-15g-10007304
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    I said Bonjela, not pop!! Bonjela is a gel you rub on mouth ulcers and sore patches for pain relief and it helps them heal.

    http://www.boots.com/bonjela-15g-10007304
    Oh bahahah thank you
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    I said Bonjela, not pop!! Bonjela is a gel you rub on mouth ulcers and sore patches for pain relief and it helps them heal.

    http://www.boots.com/bonjela-15g-10007304
    I just brought it and applied it to the sore area but i'm unsure when it's okay to drink. I applied it and drank something and it washed the gel away from that area. How long do i wait to eat/drink???? The pain is gone but the spot is there
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    I just brought it and applied it to the sore area but i'm unsure when it's okay to drink. I applied it and drank something and it washed the gel away from that area. How long do i wait to eat/drink???? The pain is gone but the spot is there
    It's probably best not to drink immediately after applying it, but just leave it for a little bit to do its work before drinking or eating. Have you read the little leaflet that's inside the carton?
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    It's probably best not to drink immediately after applying it, but just leave it for a little bit to do its work before drinking or eating. Have you read the little leaflet that's inside the carton?
    Like an hour? Is that okay?
    Er no. I never do.
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    Like an hour? Is that okay?
    Plenty.

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    Er no. I never do.
    Well do! You might find out you shouldn't be using it (unlikely, though).
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    Plenty.



    Well do! You might find out you shouldn't be using it (unlikely, though).
    Oooh okay you're right thanks
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    Oooh okay you're right thanks
    You're welcome.
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    It's like Pygmalion, with Bonjella.
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    It's like Pygmalion, with Bonjella.
    The play? How?
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    The play? How?
    There's a spot in my mouth. Near my teeth and it stings so much. What do I do?
    Bonjela it! It's probably just a small mouth ulcer or somesuch.
    Pop it? How the hell do I do that? It's like under the skin
    I said Bonjela, not pop!! Bonjela is a gel you rub on mouth ulcers and sore patches for pain relief and it helps them heal.
    Oh bahahah thank you

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    I applied it and drank something and it washed the gel away from that area. How long do i wait to eat/drink???? The pain is gone but the spot is there
    It's probably best not to drink immediately after applying it, but just leave it for a little bit to do its work before drinking or eating.
    Like an hour? Is that okay?
    Have you read the little leaflet that's inside the carton?
    Er no. I never do.
    Well do! You might find out you shouldn't be using it (unlikely though)
    Oooh okay you're right thanks

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    (Original post by cambio wechsel)
    There's a spot in my mouth. Near my teeth and it stings so much. What do I do?
    Bonjela it! It's probably just a small mouth ulcer or somesuch.
    Pop it? How the hell do I do that? It's like under the skin
    I said Bonjela, not pop!! Bonjela is a gel you rub on mouth ulcers and sore patches for pain relief and it helps them heal.
    Oh bahahah thank you

    ---- some time later ---

    I applied it and drank something and it washed the gel away from that area. How long do i wait to eat/drink???? The pain is gone but the spot is there
    It's probably best not to drink immediately after applying it, but just leave it for a little bit to do its work before drinking or eating.
    Like an hour? Is that okay?
    Have you read the little leaflet that's inside the carton?
    Er no. I never do.
    Well do! You might find out you shouldn't be using it (unlikely though)
    Oooh okay you're right thanks
    lmaoooo wow
 
 
 
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