Mouth Ulcers: Are you also troubled by mouth ulcers? This problem can also happen due to these serious diseases.


All of us must have been troubled by the problem of blisters in the mouth at one time or another. These sores that occur on the tongue, behind the lips or in the jaws are very painful and uncomfortable. Swallowing food and even drinking water becomes very difficult when there is a blister. It is generally believed that due to the heat of the stomach or people whose stomach is not cleaned, they get mouth ulcers, but if you often have the problem of blisters, then do not forget to take it lightly. According to experts, apart from stomach problems, some serious conditions can also cause these ulcers, which is very important to know about. Generally, blisters are cured by taking some easy home remedies or by taking one or two doses of medicine, but if you often have this problem, then definitely consult a doctor about this. Blisters can also occur due to a sudden injury to the gums while brushing or an infection in the mouth. Let us understand further about this condition that why recurrent ulcers are considered a sign of serious problems?


Symptoms of mouth ulcers
Mouth ulcers can be easily recognized. They usually appear as small sores on your lips, gums, tongue, inner cheek or upper part of the mouth. There may be red circles around the edges of the blisters.
    Swelling around the ulcer.
    Increased pain while brushing.
    Sharp pain when eating spicy, salty or sour food.

What can cause blisters?
There can be different reasons for mouth ulcers. There are a number of factors that are known to be responsible for the development of these lesions, which require special attention.
    Accidentally cutting your cheek or tongue while eating.
    Allergic reaction to bacteria.
    Vitamin-B12 deficiency.
    Not having the right toothbrush or not suiting the toothpaste.
    Consuming more acidic foods like oranges, pineapples and strawberries.
    Hormonal changes during periods.
    Stress, lack of sleep.
    Viral, bacterial or fungal infection of the mouth.


There is also the problem of blisters in these serious situations.
Health experts say that if you are having frequent blisters, then in some situations it can also be a sign of serious health problems, which require prompt medical treatment. Mouth ulcers can also be a sign of conditions that are more serious and that require medical treatment.
    Celiac disease (a condition in which the body is unable to tolerate gluten).
    Inflammatory bowel disease problem.
    Due to diabetes.
    Bechette's disease (in this condition there is swelling all over the body).
    Weakness of the immune system, due to which viruses and bacteria attack the cells of the mouth.
    HIV / AIDS.