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I live in Georgia where avg temp is 7℃.Now for holidays I am here in India. Here temp is more than 35℃.Due to this, I am suffering from Mouth Ulcers. I took tablets of Folic acid but no use. (I am also a medical student) Please help me. Thank you.

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I live in Georgia where avg temp is 7℃.Now for holidays I...
To get rid of the ulcers by the temperature change Mr. Krishna you should avoid sweets and consumption of sugar. My personal opinion is that you should take a capsule B complex and open it and put the Powder of that capsule in the affected zone of your mouth hold it for 20 minutes in your mouth then spit it out without ringing your mouth with water you should repeat this thrice a day you will get hundred percent relief. One thing more you should buy a oxytetracycline intramuscular injection with the help of cotton you should apply twice a day in your mouth it will be cured definitely cured within 3 days. Have a nice day.
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I live in Georgia where avg temp is 7℃.Now for holidays I...
There is no link between temperature drop and mouth ulcers so far. But stress, anxiety, altred blood composition, immunity is definitely linked to such ulcers. You can take symptomatic relief by topically applying Amlexanox and rexidine m forte gel alternatively, 3 times daily for half an hour. Even then if no improvement or recurrence occurs, go for laser ablation of these ulcers, the most advanced solution for such stubborn ulcers.
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I live in Georgia where avg temp is 7℃.Now for holidays I...
Tab dolo 650 od.
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I live in Georgia where avg temp is 7℃.Now for holidays I...
You may take homoeopathic medicine Dulcamara 30 one dose... see if it helps...
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I live in Georgia where avg temp is 7℃.Now for holidays I...
Apply dologel every 3 hours.
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