IF YOU suffer with mouth ulcers frequently it could be a sign of something far more serious.
By FELICITY THISTLETHWAITE
Mouth ulcers could be a sign of Crohn’s Disease
Mouth ulcers are unpleasant and annoying at the best of times, but have you ever considered why you’re suffering with them?Ttiredness and weight loss could be the reason for mouth ulcers – or it could be something more serious altogether.Coeliac disease is a digestive condition where a person has an adverse reaction to gluten – and mouth ulcers could be your body’s way of telling you it’s suffering.
Professor Chris Hawkey, a gastroenterologist and chairman of gut and liver charity CORE, revealed this news.