BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel



Information About BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel

BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel is a four-medicine combination used to treat mouth ulcers. It also alleviates the discomfort, swelling, redness, and burning sensation associated with ulcers.

BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel should be taken as instructed by your doctor, at the dose and duration prescribed. Only use it in your mouth with clean hands. Do not exceed the specified dosage.

This medication is generally safe and has no negative effects. However, if you have any adverse symptoms, such as itching, swelling, or rashes, you should see a doctor right away.

BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel Uses

  • Treatment of Mouth ulcers

BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel Benefits

For the Treatment of Mouth Ulcers

Mouth ulcers are tiny, painful sores on the inner lips, gums, tongue, roof of the mouth, or throat that can make eating, drinking, and even speech difficult. BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel inhibits the chemicals in our brain that cause pain and inflammation. As a result, it relieves pain, discomfort, and inflammation-related symptoms such as redness, swelling, or a burning sensation caused by mouth ulcers. This makes going about your everyday activities easier. To get the most out of it, continue to use it as directed by your doctor.

BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel Side Effects

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How to Use BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel

Take this medication at the dose and for the duration prescribed by your doctor. Before using, read the label carefully. BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel can be used with or without food, however it is best to take it at the same time every day.


Q1. How do I apply BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel?

This medication should only be used orally. Apply a uniform, thin coating of BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel to the affected area using a cotton swab and a tiny amount of BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel. Avoid massaging the affected region as this may aggravate the ulcers.

Q2. Is it safe to consume BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel?

No, BI-Folate Mouth Ulcer Gel should not be swallowed. If you develop any of the symptoms listed above, such as vomiting, nausea, or dizziness, contact the nearest hospital or clinic right away.

Q3. What foods are harmful to mouth ulcers?

Avoid spicy foods, acidic fruit drinks, and extremely salty foods, as they can aggravate the pain.


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