Mouth ulcers are annoying. They are an irritant and once you have had one, they have a habit of re-offending in West London.
Mouth Ulcers are generally caused by abrasion from biting your cheek when eating or gum damage from a sharp tooth. Why they return is still a bit of a mystery, but there are links to the way we suffer from hormonal changes, stresses, trauma, and the foods we eat. Deficiency in the immune system from having a poor diet and lifestyle are also connected to the problem, but whatever the cause, there is no denying that anything bad that keeps re-occurring in the body adds up to the fact that something, somewhere is going awry.
However, as annoying and uncomfortable as mouth ulcers may be, they are easily got rid of too. If you watch what you eat for a while, rinse with a decent mouthwash and try to change your lifestyle, such as cutting down on excesses like smoking and drinking for a while, then the problem should go away.
If this all works, then you should use this as a template in the way you live your life as a rule. Most problems in the mouth are easily dealt with if they are recognised, analysed and dealt with early on, but mouth ulcers are also a warning for the future on the way you care for yourself. Ignore them and what they imply, and you could be entering into some very dangerous scenarios indeed.