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Ulcer in mouth
My mouth is always full of ulcers ( both at tounge and inner mouth), without any treatment I got but after almost 10 days.
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hello, you can add a pinch of baking soda in water and rinse with it. this will help to heal the ulcer. if it still persists, then you need to consult a physician and get your Vitamin B levels checked. if required take supplements for it.
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The reasons could be many like:- 1- stomach upset, 2- eating too much spicy food or outside food, 3- dental related could be due to any biting by the teeth (which seems to be less in your case). Consult with a physician and take some B-complex medicines.
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We have to check for cause of ulcer, It can be because of stress in life It can be because of sharp cusps of teeth It can be because of improper digestion. Kindly get your oral check up done ,after seeing only  nature and treatment of ulcer will be decided.
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Do take well balanced diet ,it should cobtain all nutrients .
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Hi,The reason may be stress ,frequent stomach upset problem , sharp edges of teeth , inadequate sleep or less haemoglobin.Go to a physician & take multivitamin tablets as recommended by physician.Apply Orasep gel on affected part for pain relief.
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