Ulcers on gums after Cdiff

Posted by sandyabbey @sandyabbey, Jun 13, 2019

I had a horrible experience with Cdiff starting last October. I had 4 relapses with meds & had A FMT on February 28th. I’m in remission I think now. My tummy is still not right, but probably never will be. Last week I got some ulcers on my upper gums. They aren’t sore & don’t bleed when I brush. I have porcelain veneers on my six front teeth. I’ve had them almost 4 years & no problem at all. I went to the dentist & he said it was infection. He deadened them & went up under my gums & tried to clean up the infection. He said my teeth were very clean. I use a water pic. I was told that stomach issues could cause this. Generally he would have given antibiotics but since I’m just recovering from Cdiff we opted not to. They look better, but I’m nervous about all this due to possibly as infection that could come back or get worse. Has anyone of you that have had Cdiff had mouth ulcers .?

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Hello @tigerlily,

I wanted to thank you for your participation on Connect. I’m happy to see that you have found many different discussions to partake in and have offered information, and encouraged other members. That is what Connect is all about – meeting other members who experience things similar to yourself, share information, and encourage one another.

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For instance, there is not enough reliable information about the safety of taking Pycnogenol, made from maritime pine trees.
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Drink celery juice first thing in the morning. This will help the ulcers in your mouth and also help get rid of the ulcers in your GI track. Its a natural way to use the salts in the celery that are destructive to the bugs that cause this infection. You should always drink this on a empty stomach. I have the recipe attached for you. Cited from: Medical Medium by Antony William page 272.

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Drink celery juice first thing in the morning. This will help the ulcers in your mouth and also help get rid of the ulcers in your GI track. Its a natural way to use the salts in the celery that are destructive to the bugs that cause this infection. You should always drink this on a empty stomach. I have the recipe attached for you. Cited from: Medical Medium by Antony William page 272.

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Thank you so much for responding. I’ll definitely try this.

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