What Causes Canker Sores To Recur Frequently?
Yes, it’s been less than 3 years, my husband often has thrush when he’s treated, but it doesn’t take long, then the canker sores come back again.. Guess what’s wrong with that.. please explain. .
Thrush is a form of inflammation in the oral cavity. This canker sore has quite a variety of causes, here's an explanation:
Aphthous stomatitis, the most common type of thrush, is usually caused by irritants such as bites and brush scratches. Candidiasis, a type of thrush caused by a fungal infection. The risk factors are poor oral hygiene, rarely brushing teeth, decreased immune system, suffering from immune-lowering diseases such as HIV, or taking antibiotics >7 days. Hand, foot, and mouth disease or better known as the Singapore flu. Commonly found in children, characterized by canker sores a lot. The cause is a virus. Herpetic stomatitis, due to herpes virus infection.
It could be that repeated thrush experienced by your husband is related to one of the factors above. Check with your doctor first to identify the cause. The best treatment will be adjusted to the cause found. Cases of fungal infections are treated with antifungal drugs, while herpes infections are treated with special antivirals.
Some tips for preventing thrush:
Brush your teeth regularly with a soft tooth grinder. Don't be in a hurry to brush your teeth. Gargle with an antiseptic gargle solution when you have canker sores, but don't get used to it under normal conditions. Avoid too spicy and acidic foods. Increase consumption of vegetables and fruit. Ice cream can be consumed when canker sores because it is hoped that the cold effect can reduce pain.
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dr. Muhammad Fadhil