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Lichen planus,pain and irritation eating spicy food,white marks under tongue

hi my mother is suffering from lichen planus .and complains of pain and irritation to spicy food.Doctor told us this is her initial stage of lichen planus. she has white 3 marks on her under tongue .If is this lichen planus then how we cure ....and from where ..we get treatment....and what kind of disease isthat and what are its consequences.kindly reply as soon as possible regard Natasha
Asked On : Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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Lichen Planus is a Fungal infection. It is best to take advice of a Dental Surgeon at a good hospital facility. You could apply few ointments locally (Candida) and then you could keep the mouth free of infection by betadine gargles. Please use Vit B & C supplements to support healing function. This requires more of symptomatic treatment. No aggressive intervention is desired
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