Really sensitive teeth after mouth ulcer

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Hello All,
I am having the same problems as Lucy, and was wondering if anyone experienced the same symptoms and/or found a solution to this problem.
Sincerely,
Riamke
Riamke 24 June 19
Lucy, I get this when I have a bad attack. I think in my case it is because I avoid eating very much when I'm really suffering, and when I start getting back to 'normal' my mouth isn't used to normal activity. I also think that even if you can't see the ulcer it is still healing in the deeper layers of your mouth, so therefore is still sensitive. Just my thoughts!
LouiseB 5 January 10
Hi has anyone else had this problem? About a week ago I got a really bad ulcer on the inside of my bottom lip right where your lips joins your gums. After a few days it started to really hurt and the pain spread to my gums at the front and my teeth started throbbing. The ulcer is finally going away now but my gums still hurt and all my bottom front teeth are now really sensitive, even to air. I went to the dentist a month ago and got told my teeth and gums were perfect so im sure I dont have gum disese. I just dont understand whats going on and my teeth really hurt!
Lucy 26 November 09

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Really sensitive teeth after mouth ulcer

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