I'm getting mouth ulcer very frequently. More dan one red spots are occurring sir. I don't knw what to do. I consult lots of doctors but till now I didn't get best result. Can u suggest me best way to get rid of dis. Thank you in advance
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Well ...sorry for replying a bit late...there could be numerous conditions associated with mouth ulcers like traumatic ..for eg..sharp teeth which rub
against the cheek or tongue ...spicy food or allergies to certain metallic fillings ....sometimes allergies to newer toothpastes may cause ulcers ....it could also be stress related or with hormonal imbalances ..or it may be something else like an auto immune condition ...so depending upon the site ..cause and severity and diagnosis appropriate medication or treatment is given
U may try to use symptomatic relief gels or lotions which are available over the counter and also vitamin B capsules and at tr same time take a milder diet and drink lots of fluids and avoid stress ..if it doesn't stop u may need further investigation and prolonged treatment ..consult a proper specialist and get rid of your symptoms
All the best and take care
Well mouth ulcers may be due to vitamin deficiency,acidity,spicy food,acid reflux or any underlying diseases...there are lignocaine gel available in the market which you can use to relieve the pain...kindly consult a physician once...you need to take less spicy food,have more of milk,buttermilk, curds, green leafy vegetables, and vitamin supplements
Hi dont worry..this is a common problem for many..as u said u r having them frequently consult a physician cause many times its related to ur diet and digestion...apart from this stress is the very common cause..for treatment of ulcers u can get Lexanox 5%gel apply 3-4 times per day it wil help in healing ur ulcers..best of luck may this solve ur problem..feel free to ask ne further query
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