I can understand your concern.
I hope you are not in too much pain. There are a lot of things that can cause oral ulcers.
Stress, hormonal imbalances, tobacco chewing/smoking/hot tea/coffee, mal-aligned tooth, nutritional deficiencies etc .
Here are a few things you can do about it.
1. Have a high protein and high finer diet.
2. Lots of greens,fruits, and vegetables.
3. Drink lots of water.
4. Aboid above mentioned triggering factors.
5. Take a cap. Becosules-plus once a day after food for 15 days.
6. Practice yoga/pranayama/ meditation to cope up with stress .
Dr. Anil kumar jain.
Hi there I understand your concern...avoid taking spicy ,hot ,chilly food items , avoid smoking ,chewing beetle nuts , alcohol, take vitamin tablets ,apply local anesthetic to area ,have tender coconut, buttermilk . have lot of fruits and vegetables...consult nearest physician if no improvements they will help you further.
Take Vitamin B Complex.tablets only. Avoid Vitamin C Containing Tablets.as they can again cause.Gastric erosion and less.Vitamin B absorption as Vitamin C is an Acid (Ascorbic Acid) And avoid Spicy and OILY food .MOUTH HYGIENE is necessary And Use Triamcinolone Containing mouth Ulcer ointment as it can Heal u soon
Please observe if you have allergy of any food stuff . You may take Vitamin c - chewable tablets ( Limcee to chew three times a day ) for 7 -8 days.
Use mouth gargles .
May be you will be oK with this.
Hello, It’s not always clear what causes mouth ulcers that keep returning, but triggers are thought to include:
stress and anxiety hormonal changes – some women develop mouth ulcers during their monthly period, eating certain foods – such as chocolate, spicy foods, coffee, peanuts, almonds, strawberries, cheese, tomatoes and wheat flour toothpaste containing sodium lauryl, and vitamin deficiencies. Taking b-complex tablets eating fresh fruits and vegetables and green leafy vegetables, supplements vitamins. Avoid stress.
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