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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hello sir..
my sis is suffering from Mouth Ulcer since last 1 yr..
we consulted many doctors ..if got cured once bt agian used to get new ulcer..
pls suggest me what should we do..and to whoom we need to consult..

                                                                 
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Ia
Doctor :   let me read your post
User :   ok
Doctor :   may i know her age?
User :   21
Doctor :   Is she having constipation or other abdominal problems?
Doctor :   ok
User :   ya sometimes it is
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   So the cause might be that
Doctor :   did you try some oral gels and vitamin b complex capsules
User :   she did all these stuff as sugested by dcts...
Doctor :   ok
User :   1 months b4 it ws cleard bt nwadays it again started,,,
Doctor :   Since how long she is ahving constipation?
User :   she is nt able to eat even anything.
Doctor :   Is she taking a good balanced diet with vegetables?
User :   it is nt a continous prob...
Doctor :   ok

User :   ya tried always..
Doctor :   ok
User :   can i consult u direcly..
Doctor :   So she needs a proper diet schedule plan and more fiber rich foods
User :   where is ur location..
Doctor :   with some supplements too
User :   ok
Doctor :   we are from

Doctor :   we give online consultation only
Doctor :   but i can help you to get expert opinion
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Doctor :   ok
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User :   ya pls
Doctor :   Trauma to the mouth is a common cause of ulcers.
User :   ok
Doctor :   For trauma related cases, avoiding the offending source will prevent ulceration, but since such trauma is usually accidental, this type of prevention is not usually practical.
Doctor :   Individuals who have a high incidence of opportunistic bacterial infections subsequent to an accidental oral injury (biting etc.) can prevent the injury from becoming infected by directly bathing the wound with an anti-bacterial mouthwash for one minute every 12 hours for 2 days[
Doctor :   Symptomatic treatment is the primary approach to dealing with oral ulcers. If their cause is known, then treatment of that condition is also recommended. Adequate oral hygiene may also help in relieving symptoms.
Doctor :   Typical antihistamines, antacids, corticosteroids or applications meant to soothe painful ulcers may be helpful, as may be oral analgesics such as paracetamol or ibuprofen and local anaesthetic lozenges, paints or mouth rinses such as benzocaine and avoiding spicy or hot foods may reduce pain. Rinsing the mouth out with brine (warm salted water) may help. Ulcers persisting longer than three weeks may require the attention of a medical practitioner.[12]
User :   so acordng to this situation..
User :   among u given the link to whoom i shul counsult..?
Doctor :   Dont worry toomuch
Doctor :   Try this home remedies
Doctor :   And have balanced diet
Doctor :   with some b complex supplements
Doctor :   and good fibre intake too'
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