Yes, there is a dental prednisone paste that heals it over night. I've been plagued and prednisone is the best kept secret. I don't recommend or think a doctor would prescribe actual prednisone tablets.
My doctor recently told me that there is no real link to vitamin deficiencies or overeating sugar that causes them. She did tell me that is highly correlated to dehydration. Lack of sleep is dehydrating, drink more water. Too much sugar de hydrates you, especially corn syrup. Your skin is dehydrated with vitamin deficiency. The key she told me is to keep my hydration balanced. And do the the prednisone paste. Use it when it's small and it won't get big. If it's already gotten larger it can take a few days to disappear, although the pain will disappear immediately!
- Prednisone Information for Consumers
- Prednisone Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Prednisone (detailed)
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