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    I have a mouth ulcer on te inside of my bottom lip and it's very annoying, how can such a small thing hurt andbe so annoying?

    What ways do you deal with them?
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    http://www.kaysmedical.com/acatalog/BH130_P1.gif

    Best way tbh. And it tastes :coma: great.
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    Bonjella is badass no doubt.

    however, if you are a hobo salt water does the same.

    And to avoid them clean teeth regularly, calm down, don't smoke (last two a paradox for some) and treat early as possible.
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    As has been mentioned... Bonjela will kill it...

    In the meantime don't eat/drink anything hot obviously and it will be fine after a day or two.
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    what are they caused by? filth mouth?
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    (Original post by HyperGiant)
    Bonjella is badass no doubt.

    however, if you are a hobo salt water does the same.

    And to avoid them clean teeth regularly, calm down, don't smoke (last two a paradox for some) and treat early as possible.

    I second the salt water sugesstion, I always use that whenever I have a mouth ulcer.
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    (Original post by Ham22)
    what are they caused by? filth mouth?
    :facepalm:

    Sometimes you get them if you eat/drink something very hot and it burns your tongue etc
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    (Original post by Annie72)
    I second the salt water sugesstion, I always use that whenever I have a mouth ulcer.
    I just coat the whole thing in salt. Stings like a mutha*****, but gets the job done.

    I have an ulcer right now *goes to get salt*
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    The proper name for them is Aphthous ulcer or canker sores. You get them from various things like stress, poor dental hygiene, citrus fruits etc.

    Treatment wise that bonjela will definitely speed up the healing process but I believe if you leave it to heal by itself your immune system improves and you're less likely to get them again. They tend to heal up fast most of them time about 3 days.
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    (Original post by Ham22)
    what are they caused by? filth mouth?
    They are caused by being run down and not eating sufficient vitamins too .
 
 
 
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