Causes Of Thrush Before Menstruation?
at noon. I want to ask. I am an 18 year old student. Every time I want to menstruate, I always experience canker sores which can be 3 to 4 canker sores a lot. What caused that to happen? And what is the solution to solve it?rnThank you.
Hi Ajeng, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Hormones do have a lot of influence on women, especially at reproductive age and puberty. Hormones cause changes in the shape of a woman's body, regulate the menstrual cycle, cause mood swings, the appearance of lumps in the breasts, and even slightly, in some cases, disorders of the oral cavity.
Hormones not only affect the blood supply to the gums and lips but also affect the body's response to toxins from plaque buildup. So that at some moments in their lives, women are more likely to be affected by oral disorders, namely during pregnancy, puberty, during menstruation, when using hormonal contraception and during menopause.
So what you can do at home, especially when you are approaching your period, is to increase the consumption of fruits that contain vitamin C such as oranges, lemons and mangoes, and maintain oral hygiene by ensuring that there is no plaque. If you have thrush, then you can speed up the healing by giving thrush medicine containing polycresulen which is sold freely while still paying attention to the applicable rules of use. If it still persists, then check your condition to the nearest dentist. I hope you and your family are always healthy.
That's all, hope it helps.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa