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Remedies for Canker Sores

Dear doc,

My kid age 5 and half year having 3-4 Canker Sores on upper jaw skin i.e hard palate which is painful and reddish, it is very difficult for him to eat food.

he had a viral and fever from 17 feb to 19 feb but now he is ok.

his stomach is also ok..

please help.

thanks
Amit
 
  amitymahajan on 2014-02-22
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Borax 30C some 4 doses every 6 hours.
 
rishimba 4 years ago

thank you doc ..

one more thing actually we are giving him Belladonna 30 for dry cough, can i give Borax 30 with Belladonna remedy with some time interval or should i wait for one day.

please respond and thankyou so much.

Amit
 
amitymahajan 4 years ago

Please finish with Bell and if the sores don't get relieved in a few days, you can give Borax for a day to set in the reaction.
 
rishimba 4 years ago

you mean to say belladonna can also work for this Canker Sores?

thanks
Amit
 
amitymahajan 4 years ago

Most of the times such canker sores get relieved by themselves with time. He has just recovered from fever. Its likely that, now that he is back in health, his vital forces can get rid of the canker sores by themselves.

In case they still persist after some days, Borax can help as it covers mouth ulcers well. However, his generals have to match...which I am not sure of.

Bell covers gum boils.
 
rishimba 4 years ago

ok got it. Great help and thank you so much doc.

Regards
Amit
 
amitymahajan 4 years ago

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