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Major Ulcerative Stomatitis

Major Ulcerative Stomatitis: Introduction

Major Ulcerative Stomatitis: A mouth condition characterized by large recurring mouth ulcers which can be very painful. There may be one or more ulcers and they can occur on the cheek, tongue, lips or base of gums. The ulcers tend to be 1cm in diameter or larger. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Major Ulcerative Stomatitis is available below.

Symptoms of Major Ulcerative Stomatitis

  • Burning mouth sensation preceding ulcer development
  • Tingling mouth sensation preceding ulcer development
  • Recurring painful inflammation in mouth
  • Recurring painful ulcer in mouth
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Treatments for Major Ulcerative Stomatitis

  • The condition is usually self-limiting and will resolve itself in time without specific treatment. Severe cases may require corticosteroids or antiviral drugs. Good oral hygiene may minimize reoccurrences
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Major Ulcerative Stomatitis: Complications

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Causes of Major Ulcerative Stomatitis

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Prognosis for Major Ulcerative Stomatitis

Prognosis for Major Ulcerative Stomatitis: The ulcers can take weeks or even longer than a month to heal.

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  1. Major Ulcerative Stomatitis: Introduction
  2. Symptoms
  3. Causes
  4. Treatments
  5. Complications
  6. Prognosis

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