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Mouth ulcers
Sir, i am getting mouth ulcers repeatedly in 15 days .and it is paining while eating and talking.i want to know what should i do so that i can get relief from mouth ulcers
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Repeated mouth ulcers can be a symptom of many pathological illnesses. It can be Vit B12deficiency  pemphigus acute acidity to name a few  U can start with gargle with Betadine
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Pl get your B12 levels checked as repeated ulcers indicate deficiency or disease
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Avoid spicy and high salt in diet. Take a lot of water and curd in your diet. take Yakult and probiotics in your diet so that bacterial flora of stomach is healthy
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As you are suffering recurrent my it may be due to vitamin B complex deficiency
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by homoeopathic treatment you get rid of it completely and permanently
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take healthy diet regularly, avoid stress and motion habits regular for more details you can see our website besthomoepaths
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Hello Firstly it would be better if you could identify the reason behind your ulcers. It might be anything ranging from poor oral hygine, digestion  problem, lack of sleep, poor diet, stress, vitamin deficiency, anaemia etc. Recognising your problem will make your treatment more easy and precise and would give you better and quick result.
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Go for a blood test to rule out deficiencies
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have a proper diet and sleep and keep yourself well hydrated
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Take merc sol 200 c if there is tendency to repeated ulcers otherwise take borax 200 c 3 doses 1 day every weak and FErr phos 6 X daily 2 times 4-4 tabs for 1/2 months
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hi repeated mouth ulcer is not good it shows poor immunity. r u getting it on a same place or different places.
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go and meet skin specialist.
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do not eat spice food. take fibrous food.
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Go to any good homoeopath with the complaint and it can be actually treated over-night.
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If in case you do not see the results, feel free to contact our centres for free consultation.
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Easily treated by Homoeopathy.  Consult qualified  Homoeopath.
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Take homoeopathic medicine. Borax 30.  and Arnica 30. Take 4 pills each medicine - 3 times daily - 7 days.
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Hello....... I can understand your pain... it could be due to metabolic disturbance, trauma , hot food items, vitamin deficiencies etc.. Have buttermilk , curd ,tender coconut ,eat dry grapes, apply local anesthestic gell ,take vit b syp.. Consult general physician in nearest hospital... ...
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