disprin

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I have found that by using a small piece of disprin on the ulcer helps to stop the pain and aids healing.
Ann Ingham 29 April 02
Iíve tried much the same thing with paracetamol tablets - quite good if you can get them to stay right on the ulcer - no easy task!
30 April 02
How about a small piece of broken glass, or a rusty nail.
Dom Walton 27 May 02
Hey what is disprin? Dom why do you say how about glass or nail?
howard 11 August 02
Disprin is a brand name for aspirin - although soluble the pills are initially hard, with sharp edges when you break them, not the sort of thing you want to have in contact with an ulcer IMO.
Dom Walton 12 August 02
thanks for the info.
howard 12 August 02
There is no doubt that Disprin relieves the pain. Best is to spit the disprin out after letting it dissolve on the ulcer. Pain relief will last about half an hour
ray 1 September 02
Used to find a quarter of a Disprin very effective at relieving pain (the hard edges soften quite quickly in contact with saliva), but stopped using it when I realised that it was actually breaking down the skin surrounding the ulcer, thereby making it even bigger!
Sarah B 22 August 05
Some soluble aspirins actually use SLS to help them break up when added to water... further irritation for something that is already very irritating.
Dom Walton 22 August 05
Disolve a disprin or asprin on your ulcers, it realy works!!!
fiona 5 March 07
Hi I have mouth ulcers for five days now,tried everything salt,baking powder,coconut oil nothing works.
Curtis 4 November 16
How does one use the paracetamol method. Do you cut the medicine so that its exposed or just rub the ulcers with the complete tablet.
RM 10 September 17

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