Mouth Sore (Mouth Ulcer) - Sore in Mouth
Ulcers in the mouth, apthous ulcers, cold sores or herpes simplex. These are lesions in the mucus membrane of the mouth.
Sore in Mouth - Causes and Symptoms of Mouth Sore.
Apthous ulcers or ulcers in the mouth are small white spots on the inside of the cheek, the inner surface of the lips, sides of the tongue, on or below the tongue, palate, or anywhere on the mucus membrane of the mouth. Initially they are white, but sometimes small ones occur close together, coalase and appear like a large red ulcer with a grayish base. These are extremely painful.
These ulcers may be caused by certain deficiencies in the diet, e.g., of the B-complex vitamins. They could also be due to any illness for which antibiotics are being taken. Antibiotics wash away the normal flora present in our intestinal tract, which produces the required enzymes which act on the B-complex present in the ingredients in our diet. At times, nervous tension/ stress results in a tense, clamped jaw, or the person bites the inside of the mouth, injuring the mucosa, which results in an ulcer. Certain foods, especially spices, chillies, and some food additives, are often other culprits.
Herpes simplex, a viral infection, also results in cold sores which begin as small white clusters of sores on the inside of the lip. They cause intense pain and salivation, are an angry red in color, and they coalesce to form a desquamating upper crust. This infection is often precipitated by a debilitated, physically run-down condition-the aftermath of some other illness. Chronic constipation and an upset digestion are also causes of mouth ulcers.
Natural Home Remedies to Cure Mouth Sore.
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