The Cause Of Granules Such As Thrush In The Mouth?
I am 21 years old I want to ask in my mouth there are granules that resemble the candidates for satiawan but he is filled with water if you look closely at what is the sign?
Hello Aulia, thank you for asking.
In the oral mucosa, infection, irritation, or sores can occur. Sometimes before the mucosa of the tooth is injured and forms a thrush, it will appear juicy or blisters resilient first. Blisters sometimes do not feel bad, sometimes painful, or itchy. Canker sores are various and generally unclear. Can be caused by hormonal disorders, due to trauma (for example bitten), due to low body immunity, or due to poor oral hygiene.
In addition to canker sores, you may also experience oral mucosal infections by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. An example of a viral infection is shingles caused by a virus similar to the virus that causes chickenpox. Infections due to shingles are accompanied by pain and fever. If canker sores that arise later are no different from regular canker sores, then you shouldn't need to worry. You should be alert and consult a doctor immediately, if large sores, large, very painful, or even not painful, and accompanied by other symptoms such as fever or enlarged lymph nodes in the neck and jaw.
You can try gargling with antiseptic liquids, avoid soda, caffeine, and sugary drinks, and brush your teeth properly at least 2x a day. Thus the answer from us, may be useful. Regards.