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Can dust mites cause me to wake up every morning with swollen lips?

Can dust mites cause me to wake up every morning with swollen lips?

Maybe: It's unlikely, but if you have an extreme allergy, it's possible. Much more likely to be something like a detergent, fabric softener, or toothpaste ingredient. There's a prescription cream you could put on your lips at bedtime to check if it's an allergy or a vascular problem. ...Read more

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Any of various small or minute arachnids of the order acarina that are often parasitic on animals and plants, infest stored food products, and in ...Read more


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I woke up yesterday morning with a swollen eyelid today I wake up with a huge swollen lip. Any suggestions on the cause?

No: but it sounds like angioedema. Try antihistamine up to 4 doses per day to see if this helps. If you experience massive tongue or any throat swelling, rush to the ER. The cause for angioedema is often unknown. ...Read more

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I've woken up with swollen lips every morning for the past 2 weeks. Help please?

I've woken up with swollen lips every morning for the past 2 weeks. Help please?

See your physician: See your physician for an evaluation. Without a medical history and a one on one clinical exam, it would be impossible to diagnose and treat you. ...Read more

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Waking up every morning with high anxiety, swollen lips, swollen red feet, and swollen hands. Hands and feet have a slight burning sensation.

Waking up every morning with high anxiety, swollen lips, swollen red feet, and swollen hands. Hands and feet have a slight burning sensation.

Angioedema: Sounds like angioedema which is a deep tissue (dermal) swelling that affects atypical sites such as the eyes, lips, tongue, throat, genitalia, hands and feet. You should see an allergist to determine the cause and appropriate therapy. ...Read more

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How come i always wake up in the morning with swollen lips ?

How come i always wake up in the morning with swollen lips ?

Mouth breather?: Maybe you have a dry mouth. Do you take certain meds before you go to sleep? Since your problem always occurs, it must be something that has a common thread every day. Could also be an allergic reaction. ...Read more

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Keep getting hives at 10pm some nights on torso in area of underwear. Gone by morning. Swollen lip in morning. Causes?

Keep getting hives at 10pm some nights on torso in area of underwear. Gone by morning. Swollen lip in morning. Causes?

Hives: Hives and angioedema form when, in response to histamine, blood plasma leaks out of small blood vessels in the skin. Histamine is a chemical released from specialized cells along the skin's blood vessels. Allergic reactions, chemicals in foods, insect stings, sunlight exposure, or medicines can all cause histamine release. Sometimes it's impossible to find out exactly why hives have formed. ...Read more

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Swollen lips suddenly when wake up in the morning, how to treat if the swollen due to bite insectt?

Swollen lips suddenly when wake up in the morning, how to treat if the swollen due to bite insectt?

Steroids: Benedryl is great if taken shortly after the bite. But in addition, amedrol dosepak( steroid) will reduce the swelling quickly! call your dr. Asap! ...Read more

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What causes swollen lips in the morning?

Allergy?: That could be as a result to allergic reaction to certain type of meds. Or foods. See a doctor to determine the cause of the swollen lips. ...Read more

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Woke up this morning with swollen lips. After being in sun for the better part of the day yesterday. Of are knowledge have not eaten anything out of ?

Sunscreen use?: If only your lips are swollen, there are two possibilities: 1. Your lips are sunburned if you did not use sunblocker on them (lips have no melanin, so they never tan, just burn). 2. If you did use some product on your lips, you may be reacting to that. Always wear lip balms with high SPF in the sun to avoid sunburning and re-apply hourly or more: this will also help prevent fever blisters, too ...Read more