How To Deal With Inflamed Thrush?
How to deal with thrush on the lips that are inflamed to festering and now has spread to other areas of the lips? 🙁
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Sprue (aftosa stomatitis) often occurs because of trivial things, for example due to being bitten, pricked by food spines, or also due to injuries when using braces. But in addition, sprue that continues to widen, especially to fester, can also occur due to an illness, for example:
Irritations, such as due to the use of toothpaste, antiseptic mouthwash, to contact with certain foods and drinks (such as chocolate, coffee, strawberries, eggs, nuts, cheese, spicy foods, and acids)
Lack of vitamins, for example vitamin C, vitamin B12, zinc, folic acid, iron
Bacterial infections (including bacteria that cause ulcers), viruses, fungi
Immune disorders, for example due to Crohn's disease, Behcet's disease, HIV, autoimmune disorders
Hormonal fluctuations, and so on
You should check your condition directly to the doctor to be given the right treatment. In mild cases, canker sores often improve considerably with topical medications, such as ointments, mouthwash, and so on. However, in more severe cases, it may also be necessary for further management, or additional examinations, such as a laboratory or biopsy.
At this time, what you should do:
Eat foods that contain vitamin C, vitamin B12, zinc, folic acid, iron, for example red meat, guava, sprouts, nuts, oranges, strawberries, avocados, etc.
Don't over-consume chocolate, coffee, strawberries, eggs, beans, cheese, spicy foods, and acids
Diligent brushing teeth, continued rinsing with salt solution
Do not hold or bite the thrush
More rest, avoid stress
Do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice
Do not smoke
Hope this helps ...