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I have been suffering from some mouth ulcers recently. In adition i have a persistent small swollen node at the back corner of my mouth. A whitish coating back to the esaphogus is also present. Variant joint and muscle pains accompanies the agitation in the mouth. Can it be serious? Thanks.
Thank you for your inquiry, There can be numerous causes for the findings you have in your mouth and the associated joint and muscle pains. Some of them can be " serious". I would suggest that you consult a doctor to confirm a diagnosis that explains your findings. Hope this helps, Regards, Dr. Daniel Poitras International SOS Moscow
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