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Suggest Cure For Infection In The Tongue

yeah sir this is dushyant singh ......my age is about 22 .actually sir i have been facing the problum of tongue infection for more than 5 years..actually there are various types of cut marks in my tongue and tongue is very rough and tough many times i feel that my tongue has got very dry and and it creats a lot of problums while i speaks . my tongue often strucks in my mouth and it causes the breakage of fluency.
since than i have consult a many doctors and my treatment is still going on but i fell that there is no improvement in my infection.my doctor told me that it would be due to the some difficiency so he also gave me bicozink caps but i am still facing the same problum and noe prob has been increse and it hurts me when i take any chilly or salted food!!!!!
please help me to overcome the problum..
Thu, 29 Oct 2015
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Hi...
Welcome to HEALTHCARE MAGIC..

I have gone through your query and can understand your concerns...

As per your complain the first thing that I have noticed is the main culprit of your problem seems to be severe dry mouth and due to dry mouth you are suffering from Apthous Stomatitis that is inflammation and burning of the mucosal surfaces inside the mouth and due to which there is pain on taking spicy food..
If it is not treated it can lead to burning mouth syndrome and also cause oral infections like thrush therefore it needs immediate medical assistance..
You should consult an Oral Physician and get evaluated for the exact cause of dry mouth and treatment can be done accordingly..
As of now for symptomatic relief you can gargle with a numbing mouthwash containing Lignocaine..
You can take anti-inflammatory painkiller like Ibuprofen.
Suck on ice pops and do salt water rinses as well as drink plenty of water..
For dry mouth you can gargle with specialized mouthwash formulated for dry mouth patients, chew sugarfree chewing gums to stimulate saliva flow..
Avoid using regular mouthwashes as it can dry the mouth further..

Hope this information helps..

Thanks and regards.
Dr.Honey Nandwani Arora.
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Suggest Cure For Infection In The Tongue

Hi... Welcome to HEALTHCARE MAGIC.. I have gone through your query and can understand your concerns... As per your complain the first thing that I have noticed is the main culprit of your problem seems to be severe dry mouth and due to dry mouth you are suffering from Apthous Stomatitis that is inflammation and burning of the mucosal surfaces inside the mouth and due to which there is pain on taking spicy food.. If it is not treated it can lead to burning mouth syndrome and also cause oral infections like thrush therefore it needs immediate medical assistance.. You should consult an Oral Physician and get evaluated for the exact cause of dry mouth and treatment can be done accordingly.. As of now for symptomatic relief you can gargle with a numbing mouthwash containing Lignocaine.. You can take anti-inflammatory painkiller like Ibuprofen. Suck on ice pops and do salt water rinses as well as drink plenty of water.. For dry mouth you can gargle with specialized mouthwash formulated for dry mouth patients, chew sugarfree chewing gums to stimulate saliva flow.. Avoid using regular mouthwashes as it can dry the mouth further.. Hope this information helps.. Thanks and regards. Dr.Honey Nandwani Arora.