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Suffering from mouth ulcers. Biopsy and blood tests done. On antibiotics and steroids. Should i go for ENT specialist advice?

HI..I have been suffering from mouth ulcers for abt 9 years now..have done biopsy , blood tests etc. The antibiotics and the steroids prescribed like omnacortil seems to just provide a temporary relief. I have consulted general physician, skin specialist and also been diagonised by ENT . Shall i meet an ENT specialist?? Pls advice
Asked On : Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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These mouth ulcers or erosions could be aphthous ulcers, pemhigus vulgaris lesions or oral lichen planus lesions or ulcers in association with any other auto immune disease. Diagnosis requires biopsy of the lesions. YOu need to consult an ENT doc as well as a dermatologist. I would be able to help you out more if you could send us a detailed clinical history regarding duration onset appearance of the lesion along with biopsy report.
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Dr kalpana PAthak
Answered: Wed, 24 Jul 2013
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