canker sores

By sonny2835 Latest Reply 2011-05-15 16:05:26 -0500
Started 2011-05-14 23:39:17 -0500

I'm type 2 diabetic,the past 3 days canker sores r inside my jaw,since they have arrive my medication r not as effective;anyone have any info r experienced such,…thanks

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3 replies

sonny2835 2011-05-15 16:05:26 -0500 Report

Thanks Cookie\Diet;ur answers sound probable,I have a regular appointment on the 31st;as I were trying to wait,but r feeling sick as u mention,so I'll c if I can get an earlier appointment.Diet I were drinking lots of tomato juice,but have stopped,bec of some info about about the acid also,thanks u both,…

Cookie Roma
Cookie Roma 2011-05-15 01:28:52 -0500 Report

Sonny it might mean an infection. At the very beginning of this year my numbers were getting high and just all over the place . Then I started feeling sick. Turns out I had an upper respritory infections. After a few days on antibiotics my numbers began to straighten out. I don't know what those sores signify but I'd sure get it checked out. Take care of yourself.

dietcherry 2011-05-14 23:57:28 -0500 Report

Hey sonny! I occasionally get them when my blood sugar is high or if Ive had citric acid (fruit). Your body is fighting them off which can make you run higher.

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