I don't know. They probably wouldn't hurt, because honey has some infection fighting properties and yogurt is a good source of "friendly" bacteria. If it feels good, do it! If it hurts, don't.
Won't hurt, but... Aphthous stomatitis involving the common canker sore can occur in up to 15% of americans, and may involve some bacteria like staph epidermidis. However, similar-appearing aphthous ulcers can be seen with herpes, crohn's disease, and other systemic disorders, if you have multiple aphthous ulcers or frequently recurring ones please have the lesions checked out.
Use Canker Cover. Painful mouth sores are usually canker sores (aphthous ulcer) which are found on the inside of your cheek, under your tongue, the tip of your tongue, or the roof of your month. They will usually go away in 7 - 10 days. There are many natural remedies, but I like canker cover by quantum health, which is a patch that will cover the sore. If you have a lot of sores you should see your dentist.
Debactoral. Canker sores can be treated with various over the counter products. One product that helps promote healing is glyoxide. The best product that clears up the canker sore the quickest is a product that has to be placed on by your dentist or may be able to be purchased at their office. It is called debactoral. It will sting when placed on the ulcer but the ulcer will be gone in 3 - 4 days.
See your dentist. Depending on the type of sore you have, you may be a candidate for several different medications. Your dentist is a good source to determine the next steps to get you comfortable.
Aphthous ulcers. Also called canker sore is the most common oral lesions. Individual ulcers typically last 1-2 weeks. The Waterlase offers immediate relief from the pain of these sores. See an ENT or the dentist.
Is it any way possible to have genital aphthous ulcers? Because the ulcers in my vagina opening look just like aphthous ulcers in the mouth
See GYN. That are a few autoimmune disorders which can cause aphthous ulcer-like lesions in the mouth and genital areas. You should first get the area examined by a GYN who may refer you to a rheumatologist especially if you suffer eye or joint symptoms as well.
I had unprotected oral sex and he's hiv+ but I have aphthous ulcers in my mouth and there was a precum is that safe?
Likely at risk. Consider yourself at risk and follow yourself carefully every day. See a MD for evaluation and testing as recommended in the next 7-10 days. Report to the MD the circumstances and appropriate monitoring / testing will follow. Be wise and be protected. You had open wounds (ulcers) in your mouth and were exposed to an hiv+ event. This is of great and life threatening concern. Follow-up. Good Luck.
Very High Risk. If the person receiving oral sex has sores in their mouth or bleeding gums. You should get tested for HIV so that you are sure about your HIV status and can take action to keep healthy.
Aphthous ulcers. Try a product called kanka. A generic version is also available at walgreens. It gives almost instant relief of the pain and lasts for up to an hour. Aside from tasting bad it is harmless.
Not aphthous ulcers. Aphthous ulcers are generally painful ulcers that occur in the mouth. Typically called 'canker sore', they are recurrent. Since aphthous means ulcer (latin, it's all in the latin), therefore it is a redundant term, and more accurate is the diagnosis of 'aphthous stomatitis'. Among the many associations with other problems, one is a colon disorder known as crohn's; but the ulcer is in the mouth.
Colon aphthous ulcer. Sorry for confusion, but gastroenterologists commonly use the term "aphthous ulcers" to describe small ulcerations in the colon & small intestine. When terminology is applied precisely, the ulcers are associated with inflammatory bowel disease. Descriptively, but less precise, ulcers of similar appearance are seen in the lower GI tract with use of aspirin, with lymphoid hyperplasia, herpes, others.
There is evidence. Recent research supported a preliminary evidence for an association of Epstein Barr virus with pre-ulcerative oral aphthous lesions.
Not Likely. The evidence for any microbial association with recurrent aphthous stomatitis has not been clearly demonstrated. Many studies have found evidence of multiple microbes possibly being implicated but there is no clear evidence. There was a study in 1998 that postulated an association with EBV but it has not been repeated. Aphthous ulcers are considered to be an inflammatory condition for the most part.