Ulcer in mouth and throat may be due to stress, viral or bacterial infections.And as you said it occurs at frequent intervals.,Lab investigations have to be done before treatment.kindly visit dentist and ENT specialist immediately.
You definitely need a proper clinical examination from a dentist to find out the exact cause of your ulcers...... the right treatment can be instituted after the right diagnosis...... ENT consultation might also be required..... Regards......
Please visit an Oral Medicine specialist for your problem.
Recurrent ulcers may occur as a result of certain systemic disorders like vitamin B, Folate, iron deficiencies, allergic reactions, Arthritic problems, irregular bowel diseases etc. which should be ruled out. Also sometimes, steroids have to applied to those ulcerative areas for long term remission.
Good luck and meep me posted.
You may have vit b complex deficiency or you need to take b complex. Avoid hot and spicy food. drink lots of water.
You can take this med
Tab rebagene -thrice a day for 7 days
Cap lycostar -once a day after meals for10 days
Betadine mouthwash -mix 10 ml of liquid in half glass of warm water rinse it for 1 min
Am sure u will get relief.
Before taking any med just check wether u are allergic to it.
Hi..ulcers all over the mouth and deep down the throat may be due to many reasons..If you would have mentioned the nature of the ulcer ...shape of it, colour, how the edges are (rolled out or in) , any pseudo membrane covering it , location of the ulcer , whether it is crusted , any projections r present from the margin ...etc etc ...These are the things a well experienced dentist will look on to see what is the cause in broad ..Further step it vil be sent to lab for culture or cytology. .since it seen in the throat also it may be due vit B d3ficiency , iron deficiency , or due bacterial or viral infections ...If it's food allergy it will be seen throughout the body and if it's due chemical burn due to medication it will not keep recurring until and unless you are repeating the intake. Since you have not uploaded any close up pic pls approach a dentist nearby preferably oral pathologist or oral medicine M.D.S ..tc
I suggest you meet a dentist as soon as possible. Until then avoid spicy and hot food.
Use topical anaesthesia before food (they are easily available in medical stores).
It is important to understand why these ulcers are occurring so frequently. So fix an appointment asap.
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