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  1. Do you have available hydrogen peroxide topical solution 3%? It can be used as a mouthwash if you dilute it with an equal amount of water. It works as an oral debriding agent. No xylitol or other questionable ingredients. It's readily available in America; perhaps in Australia too?
  2. I believe that is a steroid? Probably pretty strong, but I imagine it would work. The stuff I've been prescribed, if I remember right, contained lidocaine, bismuth, and hydrogen peroxide. Here's a Mayo Clinic description of "magic" mouthwash: https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/chemotherapy...
  3. Interesting suggestion. I have tried just about everything under the sun except low dose Naltrexone. I will make a note for future reference. It's a real juggling act, isn't it, to try to manage celiac plus multiple other ailments? I spend more time doing things to stay healthy than anything else...
  4. I have Sjogren's, celiac, and a variety of other health problems. Suggestion for the mouth ulcers: "magic" mouthwash. A prescription is needed for it, and you need to find a compounding pharmacy to make it. It contains a numbing agent to help with the mouth pain, and it will help heal the ulcers...