Thrush Pain In The Inner Cheek Accompanied By Swallowing Pain And Pain When Opening The Mouth?
Hello doctor. I want to ask. Canker sores on the back side of the back side of the upper left tooth like a hole in the wall, very painful and accompanied by pain when swallowing both saliva, when drinking and eating. Mouth hurts when opened. It has happened 2x, before recovering approximately 1 week. Is it dangerous and what is the solution? Thank you. thanks.
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The appearance of thrush that feels pain in the inner cheek accompanied by swallowing pain and pain when opening the mouth can occur due to various triggers, including:
Oral cavity injury, for example due to biting, toothbrush too hard Use of toothpaste or mouthwash containing sodium lauryl sulfate Excessive sensitivity to certain foods, such as chocolate, coffee, eggs, nuts, cheese, spicy foods or acids Vitamin B12 deficiency, zinc , folic acid or iron Allergy to bacteria in the oral cavity Viral, bacterial, or fungal infections (including Helicobacter pylori bacteria that cause stomach ulcers) Hormonal fluctuations, for example, which occur when menstruation in women Severe psychological stress Certain diseases, for example celiac disease, intestinal inflammation, behecet disease, HIV / AIDS, gastric acid reflux, oral cavity cancer, etc. Although often not dangerous, pain that is quite severe due to canker sores as you experience clearly can greatly disrupt you in talking, chewing, even also do other activities. Therefore, given that the complaint has lasted for 1 week, you should not let it drag on without proper handling. Go directly to your doctor, internal medicine specialist, or ENT specialist doctor so that your condition can be handled appropriately according to the underlying condition. In conditions that are seriously suspected, the doctor may also recommend that you undergo a supporting examination, for example a biopsy, laboratory, and so on.
The initial handling you can do is:
Be diligent in brushing your teeth and gargling with antiseptic mouthwash When brushing your teeth, choose soft toothpaste, don't brush your teeth too hard Not smoking Don't overeat eating foods that can trigger canker sores (as mentioned above) and minerals Do not have free sex Do not carelessly take medicine without doctor's advice Hope it helps huh ..