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Iam getting ulcer very often this is the 3 time in a year what is the problem why does it keep coming back can anyone help me
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No need to worry about it. Ulcer could be due to some trauma, eating extreme hot food, eating something spicy etc. Firsly you should add more citrus fruits in your diet. Drink plenty of water. You can apply Dologel CT over the effected area. If problem still persist you can consult doctor online or offline.
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Getting ulcerations in the oral cavity is common. It might happen due to the intake of spicy foods, due to vitamin deficiency, due to the injury from chewing any kind of hard snacks and even due to gastric reflexes. Avoiding spicy foods to a limit and drinking lot of water can restrict the formation of ulcers in the oral cavity to a limit. Rx. 1. Kenacort 0.1% ( apply a small amount in the ulcer twice daily ) 2. Tab. B Complex 1 daily for 5 days 3. Hexidine Mouthwash ( 5ml in half glass normal water and swish twice daily and avoid taking food and water for next 15 minutes )
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Dear Patient Avoid hot and spicy food for 3-4 days . If it still persists. Visit  for a for check-up. A complete dental checkup is needed to find out the cause.
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avoid self medication and diagnosis
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Apply dentogel twice for 3 days Cap B complex twice for 3 days.
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plz drink lots of water  ,avoid tea or junk food,if you are having constipation start taking care of that.
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If persists consult to your nearest dentist.
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Hello dear Please be calm See  recurrent ulcer at same times seems to either continous trauma or some systemic disorder.i suggest you to please share history for diagnosis.for further details you can consult me Thanks
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Apply Caziq Ointment 3 times a day for 5 days Take Neutrolin B plus twice a day for 5 days
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Is the ulcer occuring on same place or different places? Are these ulcers single or multiple? Do you get gastric refluxes? Is your stomach fine or you have acidity?
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Get these tests done - CBC, Vit B12, Serum Iron and folate (folic acid)
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1) Drink lots of water 2) Start taking vit b capsules 3) Apply mucopain before food to decrease discomfort
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Hi,     I think you posted another query also. Anyway do these things - Drink sufficient water. - Avoid junk food. - Avoid stress. - Start multivitamin for 1 month. - Apply oraways ointment twice daily For further details consult me online
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Consult online
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Avoid stress.
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