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Mild smokers, alcoholic, get stressed easily, have cankers on last tooth, tender and sore gums, bump on tonsils. Cause?

in the last bit since my wisdom teeth have been removed i have had a few cankers, tender sore gums (comes and goes) theres a small bump on my tonsils of no color. the tonsils/ throat were red, but it is fading now. i do smoke/drink but lightly. maybe 7 smokes a week, about the same amount of beers. i am a high anxiety type of person, get stressed and worried easily. no trouble swollowing, no fever , no chills, still very energetic, just anxious.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Thanks for writing your query.

After reading your post, I would suggest that you should get your self clinically examined and investigated by an ENT specialist and a Dentist.

You can apply orally choline salicylate gel half to one hour before meals for relief from painful ulcers in your oral cavity.

Also avoid spicy foods.

I hope this is helpful to you
Answered: Fri, 12 Jul 2013
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