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Swelling in gingival

After viral fever I have swelling in gingivals in my Complete mouth. I'm not able to eat anything so that's why I'm only taking liquids things like milk, juice etc. it's 5 days ago but still it's paining and paining alot... please tell me what will I do I have chale also in my mouth.
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Hi You should start a course of Vitamin B and C for 15 days and start applying a mouth ulcer gel over ulcers. Also start warm salt water rinses It take 2-3 weeks to settle completely Regards
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Hello, You need to visit a dentist to get the gums checked.If the swelling is only due to the viral factor,then you have nothing to worry about.Use Dologel-CT 5-6 times a day over the gums for a week and use a good antibacterial mouthwash.It may take sometime to regress.Regards,Dr Suman Makam,Dental Arts,Jayanagar.
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Kindly apply kenacort gel for 5 days thrice a day..use betadine gargle thrice a day. .For one week. . Apply orasore mouth topical gel for topical pain relief. . Use vit B 12 for regeneration of oral mucosa. .
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Take rebagen once daily, apply kenacort gel on ulcers, use mouthwash twice daily undiluted for 10 days. Apply mucopain or dentogel on ulcers before meals. It will take 7-10 days to heal
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Dr. Asha Praveena Bangalore | Periodontist
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Ulcers or swelling following viral infection is a common occurrence. It would ttake 10 days or so to heal completely. Applying a anesthetic gel (mucopain) 15 min before having food would give little comfort to have solid foods. Drink lots of fluids. If fever is still persisting please visit a doctor, an antiviral tablet may be prescribed if needed and necessary tests can be done.
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