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Chewing tobacco, having sore throat and mouth ulcer. Given Caldale, Nimodex, Rhinofex. Is it cancer?

I am chewing tobacco from long time. I have sore throat problem from long time but when it comes to changes whether. Right Now this time after sore throat I have mouth ulcers . My Doctor gave me - 1. SENQUEL - E Toothpaste 2. Caldale (Calcium Nitrate, Magnisium Hyd, Zinc & Vitamin D3 Tab) - Daily 1 Tab (for 30 days) 3. LycoRed (Lycopene, Zinc, Selenium ) - Daily 1 Tab (for 30 days) 4. Nimodex ( Nimesulide , Paracetamol) - Daily 2 Tab (for 10 days) 5. XTEND625 ( Amoxycillin and Potassium Clavulanate) - 2 Daily ( for 5 days) 6. RhinoFex 120 for (5 days daily 1 tab); Now I want to clearly know that am I suspected to suffered from mouth cancer. Please.
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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what the medications are given by your doctor is the treatment of infection. Nothing in this medication is indicative of cancer suspicion. mouth ulcer may be infective or due to micronutrient deficiency. you should quit tobacco immediately. ulcer has to be properly examined by your doctor and if turns to chronic non healing ulcer then report your doctor immediately.
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