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Mouth ulcers
I think I'm having mouth ulcers which are very painful in night similar to tooth ache unable To understand I gave got mouth ulcers earlier also but non of them were painful. And being COVID-19 I'm scared to visit a dentist
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Hi, mouth ulcers are harmless, yes they are painful sometimes but usually heal within a week or two. If you get recurrent ulcers try to find a cause. It can be due to stress, vitamin or folate deficiency, biting your tongue/cheek or lip while eating or eating hot, spicy and citrus containing food.
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Apply Rexidine-M gel to the affected area 2/3 times a day. Take multivitamin tablets for a week. Avoid hot spicy food for a few days. Do not talk while you eat. Do salt and lukewarm water gargles 2/3 times a day. Avoid citrus containing foodstuffs for a few days.
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If it doesn’t heal within 2/3 weeks you can opt for a video consultation.
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