Sprue On The Left Tongue To Pain In The Inner Ear?
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Thrush or stomatitis is a wound in the deeper mucosal lining of the oral cavity that causes pain and can occur repeatedly. Symptoms include single or multiple injuries, superficial, oval, and pain. Stomatitis is divided into 2 types, namely minor and major which are distinguished from the size and description of the lesion.
Risk factors for stomatitis include:
2. Trauma such as tongue bit
3. Immunological disorders
4. Diseases of the digestive tract
5. Hormonal disorders
9. Nutrition deficiency
Stomatitis is known to cause pain to the pharyngeal area of the side, and then pain can spread to the ears, which is especially felt when swallowing. If complaints of pain tend to be disturbing then you should not hesitate to check directly with a doctor.
Physical examination is useful to rule out other more severe conditions with similar complaints above, for example due to tonsillary abscesses. In major types of stomatitis treatment is given by administering topical corticosteroid drugs to accelerate ulceration healing and to prevent the recurrence of stomatitis, as well as anti-pain to reduce symptoms. Preventive action is carried out by routinely maintaining oral hygiene, avoiding stress and consuming adequate nutrition, especially those containing vitamins C, B12 and iron (iron deficiency anemia and B12 also play a role in triggering stomatitis).
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