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How Do I Treat ulcers in the mouth?

A: ulcers in the mouth can have many causes. If you don''t have a fever or other symptoms, treatment will focus on pain relief. Various pastes and antacids, both available over-the-counter or made at home, can alleviate the pain. It is important to avoid foods and drinks that can irritate the ulcers. Hot, spicy, sour, or salty foods are irritating to ulcers, as are carbonated beverages. Canker sores are the most common kind of ulcers in the mouth.

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ulcer in the mouth

A: Hi, mouth ulcers are a common problem due to small boils which sometimes appear like white spots. It may becaused accidently while brushing teeth, braces, stress, iron and vitamin B12 deficiency. I suggest you tomaintain proper dental hygeine and usually they resolve themselves and if it remains for more than a week thenconsult your doctor. Thanks....


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  Ulcer in the mouth is causing pain in my face

A: Hi, mouth ulcers are a very common problem which has unknown exact etiology(thought to be multifactorial).they are commonly called aphthous ulcer. Most common etiological factors involved are stress, vitamin bcomplex deficiency, iron deficiency and allergy to some specific food items(check this whether there isanything recent change in your diet.) You can help a mouth ulcer to heal faster by using a soft toothbrush andavoiding hard foods, corticosteroids such as triamcinolone and hydrocortisone antimicrobial mouthwashes suchas chlorhexidine gluconate used twice a day. If an ulcer is very painful, your GP may prescribe...


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Hello dr. I am dr.wale(Nigerian)Pls i have a case of a 25yr old single lady with hx of ulcer in the mouth -involvin themucosa of the lip.also the throat,the base and edges of the tonguewith associated yellowish discharge, halitosis andoccasional oral t

A: Hello Dr Wale, This seems a typical case as usually mouth ulcers does not recur so frequently unless there iscompromise in immunity. As you have ruled out HIV and other routine tests so the possibilities which arecoming in my mind are cervicofacial actinomycosis and Pyostomatitis vegetans. Cervicofacial actinomycosis is abacterial infection as you may already know with features of ulcer and pustule formation with sulfur likeyellow discharge from the lesions which needs microscopic examination for masses of filamentous organisms. thesecond possibility is pyostomatitis vegetans which causes similar pus like yellow...
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Ulcer in the mouth

A: Could be a few different things. I got mouth ulcers a lot when I was a kid. Possibly from the high temperatures/stress of teething. Or maybe a sensitive mouth (to things like orange juice or vegemite; strongly acidic or salty foods). Or maybe he bites (or gums) himself in some way as a strange habit that some youngsters have. Or a combination (the irritation of some substance or situation making him bite/gum the inside of his mouth). I think that''s what it was for me... I ended up w/ scar tissue inside my mouth & am very particular when having fillings that they...


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How to treat ulcers in the mouth.

A: Try these home remedies for mouth ulcers – •Boil 1 cup fresh fenugreek leaves in 2 cups water. Cover with a lid and  strain after 30 minutes. Use this water to gargle 3- 4 times a day. •Dip glycerin in a cotton ball and dab it on the affected area. This is a  very effective remedy for mouth ulcers. •Chew holy basil leaves (holy basil) with a piece of sugar candy 3-4 times a  day. Holy basil will help fight your ulcer. •Eat raw tomatoes or drink tomato juice to get rid of the ulcers. •Avoid too spicy and oily foods; this will help
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ulcers in the mouth

A: Dear J.J., there are some good homeopathic remedies for mouth ulcers: Borax 6C or Nat-m 30C or Nit-ac.30C, also Kreos.30C. He can try any of them by taking 3 granules every 2 hrs up to 5 times a day for a day. Another good way of taking the remedies is to dissolve in a glass of water, stir or shake very well 50 times and then take sips of that, swish around mouth. Repeat often during the day. If one remedy does not solve the problem, try another and do the same. In homeopathy remedies...


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ulcers in the mouth

A: Hello,      I recommend Mercurius solubilis 200, 4 pills thrice daily for 15 days. This should help you out. Please maintain proper oral hygiene by brushing your teeth every morning and night. Remember to gargle you mouth after eating or drinking anything. I wouldn"t encourage alcohol intake as it tends to affect your body adversely in the long run. Thank you....


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I have a ulcer in my mouth is it cancer?

A: might be, if your hair starts to fall out give your self radiation therapy by running the microwave with the door open. If your really worried I would consult a doctor. However, try rinsing with warm salt water. also,you may need a laxative. probably from too much acidic food-tomates or a food allergy. donr worry but see a dentist It''s possible, but it''s more likely to be herpes (cold sores). Check with your doctor to be sure, especially if they persist; cold sores usually resolve in 2-3 weeks. Tlk 2 a doctor ASAP. bring your concern to the dr. Most likely its not cancer but better safe than sorry. Now if you chew tabacco, then you should...


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What Could Be Causing A Rash In the mouth?

A: It could be from over use of tobacco (leukoplakia) or ill-fitting dentures. Also, fungal infections such as Candidiasis can cause redness. Stress and allergies can cause sorenes including canker sores. While not necessarily considered an allergic reaction it could be a reaction of medications taken together. Also if patient is taking an antibiotic for a viral infection it could be a result of the ''infection'' coming out. Ask your physician about a prescription for ''magic mouthwash''. Rashes in the mouth are often called ''thrush'' and are caused by a fungus that thrives in warm, moist places. Visit your doctor for an oral rinse. Thrush is a form of a yeast...


 
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