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How can my daughter get relief from canker sores which is inside her lips near the gums ?

Hi, I am a mother of a 2yr old girl and she is getting recurrent canker sores(usually on the inside of the lips near the gums and on the corners, not sure abt the rest of the mouth she never allows me to have a peek into her mouth).Its been almost a yr now and the same problem persists.I dont know wat to can i relieve her from this pain.No medication has shown any fruitfull results and the same problem comes again within days.She has become so weak now...Although she is very active but she is unable to eat anything the way she used to.Please guide me through this in detail.
Asked On : Wed, 6 Apr 2011
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Dentist 's  Response

Thanks for posting the query,

Canker sores occurs due to physical or chemical trauma .
Visit to a Pedodontist and get clinical evaluation done , look for any sharp tooth causing irritation .

Apply dologel oral ointment topically over the affected area.
Take vitamin suplements.
Maintain a good oral hygiene , clean the mouth with antiseptic solution using handkerchief or cotton this will prevent infection and promote healing .

Hope this helps out.

Answered: Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
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Firstly get her looked at by Dentist to look for sharp tooth which can cause recurrent canker sores. Also Vitamin B deficieny can also cause this problem. Recurrent canker sources could point to a serious condition called Febrile neutropenia where an essential component of blood cells is very less. Better to get her blood counts done immediately. She needs to be shown to a Paediatrician in this regard for proper management as proper diagnosis and management is necessary.
Answered: Fri, 8 Jul 2011
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