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I get frequent aphthous ulcer. What can be the reasons for this please help me is it very severe can it be fatal?

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Dear lybrate-user, aphthous ulcers are recurrent in nature. A meticulous cleaning of teeth and oral cavity, no sharp edges of your teeth, stress free lifestyle are some measures you can adopt to get rid of these. You can use ointment kenacort to apply over the ulcers whenever these occur to get relief.
There are so many reasons for apthous ulcer these are following- 1. Bacterial infection 2. Lmmunologic abnormalities 3. Iron, vit b12 or folic acid deficiency 4. Trauma 5. During menstrual period 6. May be due to allergy and stress. It is not fatal. It just need to be relieved by use of mouthwash and corticosteroid ointment.
Mouth ulcer is most commonly caused by poor diet, nutritional deficiency, constipation or excessive stress. You need to start taking multi vitamins. Avoid junk food avoid excessive stress. Avoid too hot and spicy food. Aphthous ulcers are usually not fatal, but it they are too recurrent and causes too much damage to the oral cavity then there is a slight change that it may cause cancer.
Dear lybrate-user, you may visit a qualified dentist for a better understanding and detailed examination followed by the appropriate treatment for the same.
Dear lybrate user, your bowel movement is improper, you need plenty of water to take, to eliminate toxins and to activate metabolic action to complete d digestion, smoothly to ease ulceration. Avoid, irritant, spicy, fried, junk food, smoking, alcohol, caffeine, nicotine. Your diet b easily digestible on time. Take, homoeo medicine. @ merc sol 1000-6 pills, wkly. Please, report, wkly. Take, care.
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