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Ulcer white part healed but still Red.
My father had a major aphthous ulcer which started healing within 2 weeks, now the area is reddish and the feeling in that area is that which we get after drinking soda/carbonated beverages. Shared before and after pictures of the ulcer. Should Rexadine- M gel be continued or will the reddish tinge and the feeling which we get in the mouth after drinking soda go away on its own? Please check the photos.
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Along with that diet should be modified to know more. .....consult online through Practo, let me know if, I can help you to find out best solution for it. Thanks!
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Use orasite gel that affected area and also gargle with povidone iodine and if orasite gel is not available then use your own gel.
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Continue Rexidine- M or Metrohex gel for 7 more days.
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Continue with treatment progress is good
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Can use rexidin m forte for few more days until fully resolved.
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