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I have mouth ulcers all around the mouth and sometimes in throat also. I had consulted so many doctors still no cure. The pain of these ulcers are affecting my mental health also. These ulcers are not periodical. It comes every time .lasts 1 to 2 weeks and gradually cures. It starts as a small dot and grows into big .it occurs in my lips gums throat and in tongue also. I am fed up with this disease. I couldn't even eat food properly due to this. These ulcers shows both red and white colour in the wound. Bad breath is also there at the time of this wounds. There is 4 to 5 wounds at a time.

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You are probably suffering from Recurrent aphthous stomatitis. The cause for this is multifactorial major one being stress (stress ulcers) and autoimmune related. I have mentioned various other contributing factors in one of my answers. So I would like to focus on treatment options you have. Apart from keeping the good oral hygiene as top priority, hydrating yourself as much as possible, buy DOXYCYCLINE capsules. Break the capsule and take out the powder. Make a paste by putting some drops of water and apply it directly over the ulcers for 4-5 times a day for 3-5 minutes each. Repeat the procedure for 7 days. If you get benefited, your are lucky as recurrence is unavoidable in many cases. Next best and permanent treatment is By LASER ablation. Excellent outcome in chronic cases like yours. Its costly treatment, can not be performed by any dentist but specialist in this field. You can update me personally if any improvement noticed. THANK YOU.
You are allergic to some food items. Try to change food style. Avoid Non veg food (bothdirectly and indirectly) for one week. Take 2-3 litres if water by different intervals per day. Then try some Ayurveda medicine.
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