Mouth ulcer connection with tummy pain/burning?

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Minor ulcers generally don't last beyond two weeks, but they can flare up between two to eight times a year. Often appearing as one or more round, white sores, they bleed occasionally and can cause red, swollen and painful gums. The good news is that they usually heal without leaving scars.

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quillin alonzo 22 February 18
so is there a link with less mouth ulcers if you eat gluten free products?
Hayley 15 July 05
I think the best test test for gluten intolerance is to quit eating gluten and wait to see if the mouth ulcers/canker sores stop.

This means no bread, breakfast cereal, pancakes, waffles, pasta, pizza, crackers, cookies, biscuits, scones, cakes, pies, tarts, nothing thickened with wheat flour like gravies, sauces, or soups and no beer unless you are sure the thing you eat or drink is ”gluten-free”. Many big grocers and health food shops and stores carry lines of gluten-free flours and foods and the gluten-free breads are really tasty.
TomF 14 July 05
i never thought of the connection before, but now you mention it i suppose stomach ache may be related, perhaps also heartburn. mind you i get stomach ache and heartburn quite frequently, then again, i get mouth ulcers frequently! argh!
Hayley 14 July 05
i never thought of the connection before, but now you mention it i suppose stomach ache may be related, perhaps also heartburn. mind you i get stomach ache and heartburn quite frequently, then again, i get mouth ulcers frequently! argh!
Hayley 14 July 05
It does not sound like ”hiatal hernia” but I will have to look into ”gluten intolerance”. Are there any tests for ”Gluten intolerance”? I guess I better do some googling.
I am fed up! 14 July 05
You might consider gluten intolerance or hiatal hernia with acid reflux as causes. Gluten intolerance is often Celiac Disease which commonly is accompanied by diarrhea. Acid reflux can cause burning and is suspected as a cause of some kinds of mouth or throat sores.
TomF 11 July 05
May be worth trying acidophilus and/or probiotic yoghurt drinks such as Yakult or Actimel... if you haven’t already. Good luck.
Dom Walton 11 July 05
Is there a connection? My tummy always feels strange when I get ulcers! Strange as in not killer pain but uncomfortable pain plus a burning sensation and maybe bit of loose motion. I eat very healthy and balanced diet.
I won’t but I feel like killing myself! I am fed up of mouth ulcers every other month!!!!!! :-(
I am fed up! 11 July 05

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Mouth ulcer connection with tummy pain/burning?

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