November 17, 2017
Congenital Disorders; How to prevent birth defects
Comments are off for this post.
Do you experience any small, painful ulcers on the inside of your mouth, tongue, lips, or throat? Then you may be suffering from cancker sores. The condition is very common, and it affects about 20% of the general population to some degree.
Unlike cold sores, canker sores don’t occur on the surface of your lips and they aren’t contagious.
The cause of this condition is multifactorial, some may include:
Some people may experience the following related canker sores symptoms and signs:
Diagnosis is mostly based on the clinical appearance and the medical history.
Simple cases of occasional canker sores are self-limiting; they will heal over and disappear without intervention. Treatments by readily available prescription and non-prescription mostly just reduce pain, discomfort, and complication.
No remedies are proven to change the course of canker sores themselves or stop them returning. However, the home remedies listed below can help you relieve the pain and discomfort.
Compiled by: eDokita Team.