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Burning Lips Symptoms
Herpes simplex?: You might be breaking out with herpes simplex virus. If this is the case you will know rather shortly as usually you will develop small blisters on your lips. Hopefully, this is not the case as they are uncomfortable. If this does happen, there are topical and preventative oral medications you can use. Consult your doctor. ...Read more
I have a rash under my bottom lip. Dont have any other symptoms of herpes like burning urine or sores "down there" it doesn't hurt just itches?
My vagina is itching 24/7 symptoms include, swollen lips, burning when urinating and constant itching. Lancane does not work. It hurts very bad. ?
I have Herpes Type II. For a month now Ive had tingling & burning sensation & lip quivering on my upper lip but no cold sore has appeared. Ive taken valacyclovir 1 g for 14 days but has not relieved symptoms Am I having an outbreak? Or something else
Not herpes: First, let's be clear on terminology. It's HSV2, not II (roman numerals). HSV2 is the virus, not the disease. Genital herpes can be caused by either HSV1 or 2, but HSV2 infrequently infects the mouth -- i.e. most people with genital HSV2 never get cold sores from it. Herpes doesn't cause "tingling and burning" without visible sores, and non-improvement on valacyclovir confirms it's not herpes. ...Read more
My lips hurt me very much and they are dry when something touches them it feels like a it is burning
All of a sudden my lip itched an a look burning as my lip just swoll up. It doesn't hurt and its gong down by the minute. What could it be?
Burning Lips: There are about 13 conditions associated with itching or burning, swelling and swollen lips. Causes include: allergic reactions, angioedema, hay fever, poison ivy, cellulitis, insect bites or stings, drug allergies, heat, chemical burns, salivary duct obstruction, kawasaki disease, erythema multiforme and herpes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reflux: One additional cause that could cause problems in the mouth and on the lips is a reflux which is undisguised. This can also give symptoms of laryngitis. If there are no outside causes see your physician re workup and if other symptoms are present evaluation for possible reflux. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: It could be, especially if you see even a small area that is red, or blistered. You might just have a mild outbreak. If so, you should assume that you are contagious--both to yourself and others. Caution is advised. ...Read more