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Seems like you have developed Aphthous ulcers
(also termed canker
sores, recurrent aphthous stomatitis, RAS, recurring oral aphthae and recurrent aphthous ulceration) is a common cause of benign and non-contagious mouth ulcers (canker sores). This condition is characterized by the repeated formation of ulcers on the mucous membrane
of the oral cavity (the lining of the mouth), in otherwise healthy individuals.
Symptoms range from a minor nuisance to interfering with eating and drinking. The cause is not completely understood. Different people may have different triggers, including nutritional deficiencies, local trauma, stress, hormonal
influences, allergies, and a genetic predisposition. The condition is very common, affecting about 20% of the general population. There is no cure, and treatments are aimed at reducing pain and speeding the healing process. Often, the onset of the condition is during childhood or adolescence and usually lasts for several years before gradually disappearing, with or without any form of treatment.
supplementation prevents recurrence.
you can check on internet the pictures of the above condition, in case you feel that you also develop similar lesion ,then rest assured ...In very severe and recalcitrant cases, some oral therapy
might be needed..So i would advise you to visit a dermatologist
if the condition persists or is very painful
Hope it helps
Dr Geetika Paul