recurrent canker sores

recurrent canker sores

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Often people with recurrent canker sores have a family history of the disorder.
For example, if you are gluten intolerant, you probably have sores in your intestinal tract, but they can also show up in the mouth as small, painful recurrent canker sores. Burning mouth syndrome is another sign and can also be a sign of systemic local allergy.
The Question: Do vitamin B12 supplements lessen the frequency of recurrent canker sores?
Experts estimate recurrent canker sores affect 20% to 30% of the population, with a tendency to run in families.
A word of warning: Frequent or recurrent canker sores may signal a weakened immune system and should sound an alarm for further diagnostic evaluation.
Recurrent canker sores afflict about 20% of the general population.
Women are more likely than men to have recurrent canker sores. Genetic studies show that susceptibility to recurrent outbreaks of the sores is inherited in some patients.
Persons having frequently recurrent canker sores should therefore seek medical attention to rule out more serious problems.
I get recurrent canker sores. Can supplements or a change in diet help?
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