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Painful mouth ulcers, using hexigel, hurts badly when trying to eat - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Dental Health
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   Hi
Doctor :   Please proceed with the query.
User :   actuly i have ulcel in mouth which is quit painful
User :   which medicine should i takle?
Doctor :   From when are you facing this problem.
User :   from past 3 days
Doctor :   ok, you can use Hi-ora-SG gel
Doctor :   you can apply 3 times a day.
User :   i am using Hexigel
Doctor :   ok, any improvement?
Doctor :   Eat non spicy food, drink lots of water.
User :   the moment i aplly it gives me some relif but when i eat something it hurts badly
Doctor :   eat cucumber , green leafy vegetables,icecream
Doctor :   Avoid chicken, egg, masala food for few days.
User :   ok
User :   any medicine that I need to take
User :   or just i need to take care of my diet?
Doctor :   I have already mentioned the gel. you can apply that.
User :   ok
Doctor :   And take care of th e diet.
User :   ok
User :   thanks a lot
Doctor :   Do you have anymore queries.
User :   :-)
User :   nop
Doctor :   Kindly login for further medical queries.
User :   ya usre
User :   thaks for ur assistance
Doctor :   You are welcome.
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