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Blister From Biting Lip
Blister from biting my lower lip (4 nights ago) hasn't healed yet. Today there's white skin on it and it's red around the outside. How can I heal it?
Time: As long as there is no infection it can take up to 2 weeks for your lip to heal. Time can be the best medicine.
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Blistering on son's lips. Not chapped. Says he hasn't been biting. But noticeable blisters inside larger blister. Cause for worry?
Mgt: I would suggest being seen by your physician. Is there a fever associated? Does he appear ill? Are there any skin rashes? Please avoid acidic drinks and foods, and keep him well hydrated while monitoring his temperature.
What if u have a small clear looking blister on the inside of your lower lip could it be from biting ur inner lip? What if you pop it and it just bleeds but comes back right next to the old one?
Sure: Sounds like you've answered your own question. If he did that it could be from direct trauma or possibly a new herpes simplex lesion has developed. If you've had cold sores in the past this might be a new one.
I was biting and playing with my lip all day and now I have small blisters on my lower lip. What is it and how do I cure it?
Likely: Cold sores. You could see a doctor in person to receive a definitive diagnosis or through a healthtap doctor virtual consultSee 1 more doctor answer
I had been biting my lip and then noticed a small blister appear with clear liquid inside. Now my lip is huge swollen with lots of blisters help!
My bottom lip has gotten swollen and gotten blisters from my girlfriend biting my bottom lip too hard. Is it something I should be worried about?
Yes: Repeated damage to a bottom lip will cause changes in the lip and lead to a distorted appearance. If just one episode, the lip most likely will return to normal over time. If said girlfriend continues to bite, one might consider offering her a more durable part of the body to bite on... but it's hard to find a location that can withstand repeated biting.
My son recently went to the dentist and had novocain (procaine) for the first time. He kept biting on his lip and now is a puss like blister. What can I do?
Observation: Will probably heal on its own with time. Advise your dentist of situation and follow his/her advice. It's like a badly scraped knee, takes time to heal.See 2 more doctor answers
Red spots reoccurring inside cheek, blood blisters appear instantly after biting it. Also a red spot has been permanent for a few months on outer lip?
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options.
Around 4 weeks ago I broke up with my boyfriend. I was quite anxious - not eating or sleeping well and I started biting my bottom lip - not hard - just holding it with my top teeth. I now have a blister (not a cold sore) that won't heal?
History?: Has this happened before. If no resolution, I recommend a dental visit to determine the source and diagnosis for treatment.
I bit my lip about a week ago. It bled and then I ended up biting it again. Now all blistered and ulcered. Any pain relief, absolutely killing me?
Habit: Habit that can be over come, usually increases with nervousness.
Difficult!: Nail biting is a very difficult habit to break. One thing you could do is have your child keep his hands covered with gloves to break the cycle of nail biting. Gently removing the childs fingers from their mouth each time you notice them biting is another method. In pharmacies, if you can find it, is nail biters liquid. This is a very bitter liquid painted on to the nails, and discourages biting.
What makes red spots: Could be an area of trauma, like biting, or an early form of oral cancer. Red spots are a particular concern. If its directly related to a spot you are always biting then its likely a chronic inflammation area and may stay red as long as reinjury occurs. To be safe, have it checked periodically by a physician or dentist.
Unlikely: Chronic irritation can, over time, causr cells to mutate. But it is far more common to develop a fibroma (benign lump) at the site of the biting habit than anything else. The dentist can actually fabricate an appliance you could wear temporarily to help you break the habit/.See 1 more doctor answer