Hi, Its been 3 months now, I am looking for treatment of my mouth ulcers. Let me tell the symptoms first
- Very small skin-color dots in mouth wall lower area (parallel to lower teeth row). Upon moving tongue feel like rough skin. - Discomfort in cheeks but very less, feel like little stretch/itching in cheek. Often starts in second half of the day - Other mouth sores (red) appear and disappears themselves - No pain, No severe stretch, normal mouth opening
Medical Specialist 1: Early stages of submucous fibrosis as i had been using naswar (chewing tobacco for 7 years which i left since the time this problem started). Medical Specialist 2: Stomach and intestinal problem Dentist: Ruled out any possibility of Submucous fibrosis, said its due to stress/anxiety ENT: Ruled out any possibility of submucous fibrosis, said its due to stress/anxiety Gastroenterologist: Diagnosed as stomatitis, said its due to stress /anxiety Skin Specialist: Apthous Ulcers due to stress/anxiety
Medicines I used: Esomeprazole 40mg (6 weeks) Escitalopram 5 mg (2 weeks) Kenalog in Orabase ALP (sleeping pill) 5mg (1 weeks) Probiotics (4 weeks) Prednisolone (1 week)
My CBC report mention below line Eosinophilia.Normocytic normochromic RBC's morphology. Platelets are adequate on smear. I had Vitamin B12 deficiency as well and to cater that i had Mecobalamin injections and oral treatment for 5 weeks.
Doctors want me to put on anti depressants but i am avoiding to use them. I am trying to relieve the stress but problem is still thereView Thread
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