I'm 20 years old male. I have blisters in my mouth and my gums are swollen. Is it because of the spicy food that I eat or some other thing? Is that indication of ulcer? What can I do to cure it and prevent this in future?
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avoid spicy foods, drink, smoking tobaccoo, etc. Maintain oral hygiene. If you are suffering from acidity you can take ulgel syrup 2 spoon twice. And candid mouth paint 2- 3 drops thrice a day.
Spicy food will not cause blisters or anything like that. Your condition can be normal fordyce granules or may be indication of various inflammatory condition with or without tobacco related habits. You can wait for sometime to check if those blisters goes away by their own or may be stay their without causing any problem (fordyce granules). If problem persists longer than a week or becomes painful, you can visit an oral medicine expert for proper evaluation and treatment. Otherwise, a clear picture of those blisters can be very helpful to us for all online communications.
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It is because of the vitamin c deficiency and infection...
It can be cured by homoeopathic treatment... You can consult me through lybrate...
Till then start a vitamin c tablet..
Also start using homoeopathic toothpaste Heklalava by wheezal...
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If It IS because Of Sudden Intake Of Very Hot And spicy Food then It Can Be Trauma Ulcer Or Burn Injury To The mucosa. Apply Rexidine m forte Gel to the effected Area And mouth wash Kontum For Some relief.
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