LYSINE WORKS ON MOUTH ULCERS!!!

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I have had mouth ulcers for almost a year straight. I am so miserable. I have been in lysine and I believe they help a little, but I'm really miserable. Any suggestions on anything else. I have tried so many things and they will not go away. Thank you
Andrea 18 December 17
Would mouth ulcers be considered canker sores, as well. Problems with that since menopause. DESPERATE FOR HELP!!!!!
Hifritz627@yahoo.com 20 November 17
Like one of those above, a pharmacist told me about Lysine. I knew certain things triggered what we called "fever blisters." Being sick, sun-burns or extreme upset. All my life me and my mother dealt with these painful, ugly sores. So, I tried the Lysine and it changed my life and my mother's too. If we feel one coming on...(maybe you'll get a little itchy spot on your lip and then a little bump, we'll take a Lysine. I'll take 1 of those big horse-pill sizes and maybe take another one before I go to bed at night on the first day. After that, I might take 1 a day for three days. If I've let the cold sore sneak upon me, I might have to treat it a little more aggressively but I never have a blister that stays on my mouth anymore. I always get rid of them before they start and at most have a little place that disappears quickly. Lysine has truly been like a miracle for me. My son gets them too and he uses Lysine and has had the same results. If you are a cold sore sufferer, I believe Lysine can change your life just like it did mine. I hope one more testimonial helps. I found this out about 15 years ago and it has worked for me ever since.
Regina Stokes Russell, Christian fiction author. 17 September 14
Has anyone used lysine on a 10 year old child before? Do I give it to him constantly daily or just when he starts to get the sores? Should he take 500 mg or 1000 mg? He's a very skinny kid, less thanj 75 lbs but average to tall height.
Lnita 28 August 14
It is readily available in pharmacies and health shops, or on-line... blue button top right.
Dom Walton 14 December 11
Do you need to go to the doctors to be prescribed this product?
Helen 13 December 11
I have had very painful and large mouth ulcers off and on for the past 30-40 years and never found anything that did more than deal with the pain after the fact until I started using l-lysine a few months ago. I think it is a miracle cure, because the 1,000 mg pill I take daily has prevented beginning ulcers from becoming painful at all and they go away almost as quickly as they show up. I haven't detected any side effects or problems with taking it once a day, as a preventative measure. I'm sold and grateful to have finally found something that works!
Larry 12 December 11
Lysine is an amino acid. l-lysine is vegetable derived s-lysine is animal derived.
It is part of the amino acid chain. Lacking complete protein is a cause, as is lack of
B group vitamins.
For more info do a study on every single vitamin, mineral, carbohydrate, EFA, protein
Contact: laufalot_dee@hotmail.com
It's lifestyle, dietary related.
Marianne 19 November 11
L-Lysine definitely has some kind of effect on mouth ulcers. It's not a miracle cure but without any doubt it shortens the length of time they stay around.
Dave 15 November 11
OK, itís not exactly a scientfic test but for Iíve just had two pre-ulcers (nasty, large bumps, slightly tender) vanish *without* opening up after two days of the Lysine (first time Iíve tried it). I must say thatís the first time an ulcer has got that close but not developed fully as far as I can remember. It may just be the placebo effect of course...
Budge 28 July 03
No prescription needed in the U.S. ~ Itís available just about anywhere that your can purchase vitamins. The type I was taking was huge, it look like a horse pill. Good luck!
Sue 24 July 03
Do you need a prescription in the U.S. for Lysine? Been suffering for years and especially now with one under my tongue.
Jack 24 July 03
Iím not sure if the Lysine is working but touch wood i havenít had an ucler for about a month now!!

Iíve had a few scares where a bump appears - but instead of taking one tablet i take two!

Itís totally worth trying. Good Luck.
Nelson 18 July 03
From what I can tell Dom, itís some kind of painkiller (analgesic)... unfortunately I donít think its anything to do with l-lysine....
monkey 17 July 03
I asked for lysine in a pharmacy in Mexico and got ĒCloxinato de LisinaĒ... anyone got any idea what it is ?
Dom Walton 17 July 03
yes- its called Lysine in the UK- you can get it from Holland and Barratt (theyíve got a half price sale on at the mo!) and other health food shops.
Alice (UK) 3 July 03
Is it called that in the UK?
3 July 03
Lysine does seem to work - for me anyway. At the first sign of an ulcer I took 1000mg twice a day and within three days it was gone.
Andrew 1 July 03
I meant to type....My health food store lady said that you can not overdose on Lysine about 500mg to 1000mg a day taken constantly wonít hurt...
Patrice 1 July 03
Have had mouth and tougue ulcers since Easter!! Found out about Lysine 3 weeks ago and havenít had one come to fruition since...bloody wonderful!!! I am taking 1 500gm tablet morning and night I will get the tingle but take the tablet and nothing comes up!!My health food store lady said that you can not overdose on Lysine and about 500gm to 100gm a day constantly wonít hurt as it is a natural almino acid that leeches from the body naturally daily.
patrice 1 July 03
Does anyone know how much Lysine to take and for how long? Do you take higher doses when you have a canker sores and smaller doses when you are inbetween sores? Can you take too much Lysine?
steph 21 June 03
Cheers Reece... gonna get some of that stuff tomorrow!
Nelson 20 June 03
I have had mouth ulcers on & off since 1996 and a pharmacist put me on to lysine in í97 or í98(itís generally used for cold soes). I took a course of it for two months and I didnít get any for a year or two. They came back, but I just take a 500mg tablet of Lysine every day and if I bite my lip of gums or knock them with the toothbrush, I up the dosage to 2 in the morning & 2 in the evening until it starts to go(which is in two or three days.....as opposed to 2 or 3 weeks). It really does work...give it a go, what can u lose!!!
Reece 20 June 03

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