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I had throat pain.
I had throat pain and i visited the clinic. I has medication now for 5 days. Canker sore was developed near the in soft palate just near to uvula. Now i can see a hole in that part and the flash inside is visible. I am so scared. Will is heal ? This is the first time i had such sore.
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If you think you have a canker sore, consult a dentist first; he or she can determine if you do and what type it is. Remember, minor canker sores typically don't need treatment, as they'll usually dissipate in a couple of weeks. For major canker sores, there are several treatment options available: Topical pastes: Over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription pastes dispel pain while accelerating the healing process if applied early on and reapplied multiple times per day. Mouth rinses: For multiple canker sores, a mouth rinse containing a steroid known as dexamethasone provides pain relief while reducing swelling. Your doctor or dentist will need to prescribe the rinse. Cauterization: This process involves an instrument that chemically burns the portion of tissue where the sore resides.
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