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Mouth ulcer not healing ,
Mouth ulcer and skin in mouth get cut even eating very slowly. Took doctor advice on Practo and taken medicine for 20 days. I had very little benefit. My teeth are artificial. I'm diabetic but it is in control. I don't know what medicine should I take now? Which specialist to consult? Dentist or ENT or Gastroenterologist? I have attached prescription of previously consulted doctor.
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Please control your diabetes. Till you don’t get that in control, ulcers might continue. You can take Rinifol one tablet twice daily for fifteen days. Don’t drink don’t smoke. Don’t eat spicy food. Eat vegetarian light diet. Exercise regularly and drink plenty of water
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