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Recurrent apathus ulcers.

39yr./M. Oral lesions on & off./4yr. h/o piles, not present c/o. no BP, DM.pl.dx& tr.

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? Recurrent  Aphthous Ulcers Most recurrent  Aphthous ulcers heal within 1–2 weeks without any treatment. The main goal of treatment is to lessen pain and discomfort and promote healing. General measures: Protective pastes that form a barrier over the ulcer so that exposure to irritating substances is reduced. Local anaesthetics Benzocaine and Lignocaine (Lidocaine) to reduce pain. Antibacterial mouthwashes to reduce secondary infection. Dietary supplements of vitamins or minerals.
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@Pankaj Jagirdar you right sir
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? Recurrent  Aphthous Ulcers Most recurrent  Aphthous ulcers heal within 1–2 weeks without any treatment. The main goal of treatment is to lessen pain and discomfort and promote healing. General measures: Protective pastes that form a barrier over the ulcer so that exposure to irritating substances is reduced. Local anaesthetics Benzocaine and Lignocaine (Lidocaine) to reduce pain. Antibacterial mouthwashes to reduce secondary infection. Dietary supplements of vitamins or minerals.
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This has a less chance of healing uneventful , some amount of fibrosis will occur in the facial pillars, Straight away start with Rebapimide bdpc , lycopene and b complex supplement added with Amelexanox gel, & chx mouthwash with meticulous oral hygiene and don't forget Doxycycline mouthwash in Luke warm water once daily swish for 2min and swallow once daily. Trioplast gel with Orabase technology will be ideal ulceroprotective agent in this case.
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Leukoplakia DD immunocompromised individuals of Other Viral infections
SUGGESTIVE OF RECURRING MAJOR APHTHOUS STOMATITIS
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Recurring Apthous stomatitis
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Yes it's case aphthous ulcer
Major apthaous stomatitis .
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Fungal infaction
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