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    Does anyone know if there's an age restriction for Kenalog. The chemist was a little concerned it was for a 3yo but couldn't find anything on the system about age restrictions. She sold me SM33 gel as well but said Kenalog is better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunnybambino View Post
    Does anyone know if there's an age restriction for Kenalog. The chemist was a little concerned it was for a 3yo but couldn't find anything on the system about age restrictions. She sold me SM33 gel as well but said Kenalog is better.
    SM33 hurts so bad when it goes on. It works amazing...if i catch mine early, one dose before bed and its gone the next morning. Honestly though i wouldnt put it on a child. It makes me dribble, slobber and even cry sometimes it hurts so much to use. (its worth it for me though)

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    Just remembered. I had a really bad one recently. It was right at the back of my tongue and made my WHOLE mouth, including my teeth hurt. I googled treatments for them and found a bicard one.

    Mix a teaspoon of bicarb/baking soda with a few drops of water to make a paste and using a cotton bud cover the ulcer. It worked really well, was gone in under 2 days. It doesnt hurt so much to put on and it doesnt taste too bad.

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    I got mouth ulcers all the time due to having coeliac. Also my son got them all the time when he was iron deficient.

    Usually consistent mouth ulcers are an indication of systemic stuff -as pp mentioned. I'd be deffo get it checked out.

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    hi ap, yes I realised after I left bubhub, I was confused with the two. We would get cold sores so many times, that is what I was thinking of. We didn't get too many mouth ulcers, only once in a while, but both so painful. my old mind must be wondering, hhaaha, Marie.


 

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