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Mouth ulcers since last four day. Is it vitamin deficiency?

I am male , 25 working as a software engineer in Hyderabad. Something like mouth ulcers have devoloped all across my mouth since last four days. I remember eating out the night before i devoloped this problem. Right now the ulcer seems to be in inner cheeks and same problem is with toungue. The palatal seems to be distressed too. There is a sharp burning sensation if i eat something spicy. I have heard this can happen with vitamin deficiency also. Please let me know if you need more details. Regards
Asked On : Tue, 17 Nov 2009
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Dentist, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 's  Response
hi.there r several cause of mouth working professionals ulcers r due to stress related problems.other cause may be vitamin deficiency,constipation, herpes infection, chronic irritation.take adequate rest, use multivitamins and use topical ointment containing antiseptic,anaesthetic and analgesic property.wish u good health
Answered: Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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Dentist Dr. Akbar's  Response
simple way is to avoid hot and spicy food.then use chlorhexidine mouthwash.then apply colgate orogard-b gel which is effective for 8 drinks .no smoking.take dolo 650mg bd and becozyme cforte every night for 7days.consult your nearby dentist if problem persists.
Answered: Mon, 27 Sep 2010
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The causes of Recurrent Mouth ulcers are Dental, Nutrition and Personal Hygiene. So it is as good to see the dentist first to rule out any dental causes of mouth ulcers or sore mouth you have. We would recommend 1) Rinse your mouth with salt water, baking soda (dissolve 1 teaspoon of soda in 1/2 cup warm water), diluted hydrogen peroxide or elixir of diphenhydramine (Benadryl). Be sure to spit the Benadryl out after rinsing. 2) Cover lesions with a paste made of baking soda. 3) Try over-the-counter products that contain a numbing agent, (Smile Gel which is an OTC and DOLO 500 mg if severe pain ) 4) Avoid abrasive, acidic or spicy foods that can cause further irritation and pain. Take liquid diet for few days, usually minor canker sores heal in a week. 5) Apply ice to your canker sores or allow ice chips to slowly dissolve over the sores. 6) Brush your teeth gently, using a soft brush and toothpaste 7) Dab a small amount of milk of magnesia on your canker sore a few times a day. This can ease the pain and may help the sore heal more quickly. 8 ) Not drinking carbonated beverages or alcohol. 6) CLORHEXI Mouth wash twice daily in the morning and evening will help you. 7) Manage the stress effectively as emotional break down decrease the immunity and cause the Canker sores.
Answered: Wed, 25 Nov 2009
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