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Are recurring mouth ulcer say one every 3 months on inside lip. a sign of HIV infection? I have read that recurring ulcers are a sign of weakend immune sytstem is this correct or likely to be seen more commonly in AIDS patients/.
Don't worry. I have mouse ulcers all the time. Well, not all the time. Sometime one in 3 months, sometime 3 in month. Doctors don't know actualy what causes this condition. They beleive it can be caused by stress and/or injury (like if you have habit to byte your lips), not enough sleep, poor food intake. When all this thing You put together (stress + injury + lack of goog sleep + poor food) you get low imunity which cause mouse ulcers. I have this ulcers since my childhood.
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