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Recurring mouth ulcer
I am having recurring mouth ulcers . And in blood report serum iron shows as 60ug/dl . Can this be causing ulcer?
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Normal iron value is 60 to 170 ug/dl Hence you are border line iron deficient. Oral ulcers are most commonly due to vitamin and iron deficiency,  smoking/gutkha consumption, broken tooth irritating the gums, acidity. Iron tablets once a day for one month can be taken.
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It is due to multiple cause...stess, vit deficiency, any underling inflammation is main cause.... So check it
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It's mostly due to vitamin deficiency
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