Canker sores are certainly not the most common symptom of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome . However, it has been seen that canker sores can be influenced by Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome. One patient noticed that she began having canker sores develop inside her mouth just prior to her menstrual cycle ever since she began developing other symptoms of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome , following a major stress in her life. With normalization of body temperature patterns, her symptoms of PMS, her symptoms of Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome, and even her tendency to develop canker sores premenstrually all resolved.