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Mouth problem
Am getting often inside mouth ulcer lik I can't eat spicy or even food properly nly ll take curd and can't talk during tat some days it's there nd going can't able to tolerate hope it's cuz of low vitamin in body wats the actual reason for this !!
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It is due to vitamin riboflavin defeciency. It happens because body wont store that vitamin,you have to supply from food daily. You will get tablet ribovalavin,take one a day. Use zytee gel for local application for pain relief. I suggest take a course of becosules daily one for 1 mnth.
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Helll there. I can understand your concern. You are having recurrent such problems. There could be a lot of reasons which could be causing this issue. From simpl disorders like vitamin b-complex deficiency and malaligned tooth to herpes, bachets disease etc. I would suggest you to take a tab. Neurobion forte once a day after food. Also consult a dermatologist in person for further evaluation and management. Best regards. Dr. Anil kumar jain.
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Rec Infection is due to underlying problem. Get evaluated for VIt B12/CBC and dental review.
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Hello there...I can understand your concern. Recuurent oral ulcers could be due to many reasons like vitamin deficiency, herpes simplex infection, pemphigus, candidiasis, erythema multiforme, behcets disease. Since it is recuurent, you will need detailed clinical examination. So kindly consult a dermatologist for further evaluation.
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