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Mouth ulcers
Dear sir I am patient of mild symptom of covid 19 and tested negative on 5 th May now now completed 25 days of my Covid 19 journey There is one  ulcer in my mouth 1 week ago like blood color next day it cured and disappeared from mouth. On net day it come again in my mouth on another side then again next day it cured. Sir it is black fungus or any medicine reaction. I have no symtoms of black fungus like headache eye pain etc . I am 24 year old no sugar no B P what should I do for this.
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These are usually stress ulcers. Apthous ulcers. Do Betadine gargles twice a day for 7 days and start a vit B12 tablet for 15 days. They come and go. Maintain oral hygiene.
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It could be any vitamin defiencies .
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Hello dear I might need more history for same . Kindly consult me on Practo for prescription
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Continue multivitamin tab. Kenacort paste .
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Tab becosule  x b.d x days
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If you have not taken steroids, it is highly unlikely that you will get mucormycosis. It could be due to nutritional deficiency or anemia. A detailed history will be needed
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