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Lower labial frenulum hurts, feels cold

Hello. Today my lower gum near my Lower labial freunulum hurts. i have never had this happen before in my life and im a bit worried. I also have a cold . What is this and what can i do
Asked On : Sun, 25 Mar 2012
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Dentist 's  Response
hi
it most probably is apthous ulcer ( oral ulcer ) or traumatic injury. in either case , dont worry. apply MUCOPAIN or DOLOGEL ointment in that area 4-5 times a day and dont eat or drink anything after that for atleast an hour. also drink lot of cold water. it will heal within a week. if it persist longer than that, go for a checkup.

wishing you speedy recovery
With best regards
Dr Ankit Aggarwal
Answered: Sun, 13 May 2012
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Dentist Dr. Gunjan Gupta's  Response
hi,
you said your lower labial frenum hurts since few day..
it may be because of any trauma or ulcers in that area....
and you have cold too..........
so may be it is an ulcer...
please go to your dentist and go for a check up and follow his instructions......
nothing to get worried....
take care
Dr.Gunjan Gupta
Answered: Fri, 18 May 2012
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Dentist Dr. Mayur Jain's  Response
No need to worry about it! It could be because of physical trauma or overstretching of your lower lip.. Or you are suggesting that you have common cold. Sometimes oral sores ( mouth ulcers) may cause severe pain and coincidentally you might have the ulcer in frenum region...

Drink plenty of water and eat fruits. Take rest or avoid stress... it should heal on its own within 2-3 days... Do consult dentist if it takes more time than that.....
Answered: Thu, 10 May 2012
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