The Cause Is Often Canker Sores And Sometimes To Bleed?
Night ?? r nI am a woman aged 28 years, especially since the canker sores have graduated from junior high school. I have started frequent canker sores …. the distance of the canker sores that appear can be once a month and the number of canker sores is not just one or more. I have had 5 canker sores at the same time … sometimes it is very wide and bleeding .. and makes it difficult for me to eat … r nI want to ask … is this without a disease … or is it because of endurance me ?? r nAnd how do I handle it ???
Hi Abell, thank you for the question for HealthReplies.com
Thrush or what is also called stomatitis can be caused by many things. The following are some of the possible causes of thrush:
Genetic influences (for example if the immediate family also frequently experiences recurrent thrush)
Trauma or injury to the mouth and lips (for example being bitten while eating, using braces, bumping in the mouth area, being stabbed while eating)
Broken or uneven teeth, broken teeth
Use of toothpaste containing sodium lauryl sulphate
Deficiency of certain nutrients (iron, vitamin B, vitamin C)
Smoking and chewing tobacco habits
Allergy to certain foods or drinks
Have inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn's disease)
Infections (such as herpes, bacterial infection, or yeast infection)
Autoimmune diseases (eg lupus)
and so forth
If your canker sores recur very often, are very painful and are very large to the point of bleeding, it's a good idea to check with an internal medicine doctor first so that you can find out the exact cause of your thrush. Therapy will be given according to the cause found on the examination.
Here are some of the things you can do:
Drinking water at least 2-3 liters a day
Eat a complete nutritious diet, especially foods that contain vitamin B, vitamin C, and iron
Avoid eating foods that are too spicy, too hot, and too acidic
Avoid smoking and chewing tobacco
Avoid drinking alcohol
Pay attention to the toothpaste and mouthwash you use
Avoid eating while talking to reduce the risk of lip bites
Keep your mouth and teeth clean. If there are cavities, uneven teeth, or broken teeth, go to the dentist immediately.
You can compress the canker sores with ice cubes if your sprue is very painful and gargle with salt water
Here is an article that you can read about thrush and natural therapies for thrush
So much information from me, hopefully enough answer