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A female asked:

Woke up with small blister on bottom lip doesn't hurt?

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Dr. Jeffrey Bassman
Dentistry 47 years experience
Possibly bit lip: You may have inadvertently bit your tongue in the night. Normally, it resolves rather fast. If it happens often, possibly a dentist can file down any sharp edge of the front teeth/tooth that are contributing to your problem.
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Dr. Stephen Southard
Internal Medicine 17 years experience
Very well: could be a cold sore, classically caused by the herpes virus. Be careful as this may be contagious, it is truly from a herpes virus; avoid kissing anyone until the lesion is healed. You can consider trying an over the counter remedy like Abreva(which is applied to the lesion 5X/day). But you may review this with your doctor, as for the right person, prescription antivirals can be used too.
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I have a small gel like blister on my bottom lip and doesn't hurt and i am scared.

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Dr. Matthew Brady
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Mucocele: It sounds like a mucocele. See your local dentist to have it evaluated. Sometimes they need to be removed but are harmless.
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A female asked:

If babies have blisters on the top of their lip and all on the bottom lipdoes it hurt them?

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Dr. Johanna Fricke
Pediatrics - Developmental and Behavioral 52 years experience
These are usually: " sucking blisters, " & they don't hurt the baby. If they are fluid-filled, a pediatrician needs to evaluate the baby to rule out an infectious disease.
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Last updated Nov 24, 2014

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