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Hello sir/mam I am suffering from ulcers problem in my mouth from a long time 7-8 years and I was also consulted with the doctor but still there are no relief. Every doc. Says problem in your stomachs and suggest me to change daily routine ,but after change routine not relief yet. I have also completely stop eating samosa kachori and other items which is made by maida but ulcer are continually increasing in my mouth ek cheek hota h to do or ho jaye h. And sbhi doc. Bolte h path kharab h but path to cheek rehta h and ulcer problem mujhe bahut time se h to itna lamba path to nahi reh sakta kabhi kabhi rehta h.so please suggest me what I do for complete relief bcoz bahut pain hota h and abhi me student hu but next year mujhe job bhe karna h to bahut problem hogi so please suggest me something different to other doc .bcoz sbhi doc. Ek he bat blood h.

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It’s not always clear what causes mouth ulcers that keep returning, but triggers are thought to include: - Stress and anxiety - Eating certain foods – such as chocolate, spicy foods, coffee, peanuts. - Toothpaste containing sodium lauryl sulphate Things you can do to speed up healing - Using a soft toothbrush to brush your teeth - Using a toothpaste that doesn’t contain sodium lauryl sulphate, as this may be irritating - Avoiding hard, spicy, salty, acidic or hot food and drink until the ulcer heals - Using a straw to drink cool drinks. - Gargle with salt water ad baking soda. Try these and see if there is any relief, if not you need to consult. I hope this helps.
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Hi lybrate-user there r so many reasons of ulcer and stomach upset is one of them, if your saying it's fine then we can't consider it thr cause. Avoid too hot and spicy food, add diet rich in calcium and vitamin C, add yogurt and oranges in diet, apply toothpaste for local relief.
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