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mucosal ulcer

A 23 year old male patient is having burning sensation in the mouth and history dates back to 3-4 days when patient noticed it . on eating food this sensation increases. and relief after trigger is removed. on intraoraly examination there is multiple ulcer formation in the mouth having diameter .5 mm and located in upper labial mucosa,lower labial mucosa.buccalmucosa, tongue, throat Chief Complaints A 23year old male patient is having burning sensation in the mouth History history dates back to 3 -4 days when patient noticed it. Vitals vitals are normal Physical Examination intraoral-clinical examination reveals multiple ulcer in the mouth having diameter .5 mm and is located at lower labial mucosa,upper labial mucosa , buccal mucosa , tongue , throat Diagnosis provisional diagnosis - apthous ulcer Management what should be the management? please tell here

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Oral ulcer Multivitamin Antioxidants Mouthwash Ointments

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In addition to the pharmacy remedies above, you can try prescribed medications. The options include a type of medication called corticosteroids (which reduce inflammation), or stronger pain relief, such as benzydamine, which is available in mouthwash or spray form. soothe the burning or painful sensation of the mouth ulcers, eat a banana along with some yogurt. - Sip green or herbal tea after you are done with your meals.

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Hamycin lotion locally Kenacort oint locally Xyelocaine jelly locally before meals Cap Becosule zn 1 bd Zerodoll P tds Folvite tab bd Listerine gargle

? ORAL ULCERS .. MANAGEMENT .. MULTIVITAMINS ANTIOXIDANTS.. PROBIOTICS .. HEXIDINE WITH LIGNOCAINE .. SYMPTOMATIC T/T ..

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Management of anxiety Laxonox plus ointment locally. B12 replacement. PPI.

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Pharyngitis with Stomatitis with glositis: Betadine mouth wash & gargle, Cap Amoxicillin + Clauvinic acid 625 12hrly, B- complex. Throat swab C/S. Antiinflamatory

Oral ulcer Multivitamin Antioxidants Mouthwash Ointments

Dd ACUTE PHARYGITIS FOLLICULAR.TINSILLITIS

Xylocaine jelly. Cold compreesions

inflammation of oropharynx,along with aphthous ulcers..otherwise normal anatomy.. if no fever,go for mucopain gel topically,along with antacids,probiotics,b complex,and short therapy with analgesics to reduce inflammation amd pain

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