how to get rid of ulsers on your tounge

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    I have got loads of ulsers on my tounge and they wont go
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    (Original post by kyle12345+6)
    I have got loads of ulsers on my tounge and they wont go
    I suggest using Corsodyl mouthwash, it's what I always use when I get an ulcer. You need to be persistent with it and continue using it for a couple of days after the ulcers are gone to reduce the likelihood of them coming back
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    I suggest using Corsodyl mouthwash, it's what I always use when I get an ulcer. You need to be persistent with it and continue using it for a couple of days after the ulcers are gone to reduce the likelihood of them coming back
    I use Listerine mouthwash will that help?
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    (Original post by kyle12345+6)
    I use Listerine mouthwash will that help?
    Some mouthwashes like Corsodyl are specifically for issues like mouth ulcers, oral thrush etc, however I don't think Listerine is one of them
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    (Original post by Leviathan1741)
    Some mouthwashes like Corsodyl are specifically for issues like mouth ulcers, oral thrush etc, however I don't think Listerine is one of them
    are you a doctor? haha I'm only joking with you.
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    (Original post by kyle12345+6)
    are you a doctor? haha I'm only joking with you.
    Haha no, but I do get mouth ulcers and things quite a lot, because of my retainers I think
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    Rub salt on them.

    It stings like fk but yeah it helps
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    thanks guys for all your help
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    (Original post by Inexorably)
    Rub salt on them.

    It stings like fk but yeah it helps
    I have tried salt water but it hasn't worked
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    (Original post by kyle12345+6)
    I have tried salt water but it hasn't worked
    try actual salt and rub it right 'into' the ulcer
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    I find bonjela helps, as well as sucking on ice

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