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Ulcers and fever
Ulcers since 5 days in floor of the mouth,soft  palate and labial mucosa , fever 102 since 4 days . What could be the probable cause ?
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Looks like Apthous Ulcer  It will go by 2 weeks by it self , Donot worry these medications will help . Ask if you have any more query . -Rexidine M forte gel - Tab Zincovit 1 tab od x 15 days - Tab P650  Sos Thnaks Alot.
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Avoid hot & spicy food .
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Apply ORAWAYS buccal paste thrice daily for 7 days Cap Becasoule once daily for 15 days Blood investigations for fever
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Consult your physician
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Consult with physician Avoid hot beverages, avoid spicy food Use Dologel CT cre for ulcer locally thrice daily for week Start tab Vizylac once daily for a month Tab lycostar once daily for a month
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You should visit a physician and perhaps get a blood check done. For ulcer start with dologel ct gel. Avoid hot spicy food. Have citrus foods Drink plenty of water.
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Apply CNBC dental gel or dologel CT, 6-7 times/day. 5 mins and rinse. Betadine gargle, once after food. Soft diet T. Parasafe 650, maximum 4 times a day.
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avoid hot, spicy, hard food.
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regularly brush with paste gently. after food.
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