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What could cause a swollen upper lip?

What could cause a swollen upper lip?

Chanchre sore: This is probably a chanchre or fever blister. These are usually related to stress. An oral antiviral will usually speed resolution. ...Read more

Dr. Bhavin Patel
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Lip Swelling (Definition)

Lip swelling is a non-specific sigh. It must be evaluated for diagnosis. See an oral ...Read more


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Can kissing cause a swollen upper lip?

Can kissing cause a swollen upper lip?

Could: Depends on how passionate it was, and if ur partner bit or sucked on ur lip. ...Read more

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Woke up with swollen upper lip and just got over hives. Should I be worried?

Woke up with swollen upper lip and just got over hives. Should I be worried?

Angioedema: Angioedema and Urticaria often go together. Sp you are probably not over it yet. The swelling is unlikely to occur internally in your case but seek help if it does. ...Read more

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I haven't ate anything since I woke up, been up 3 hours only drank water and have a SUPER swollen upper lip now? Why

Probably Allergy: Take some allergy pill like Claritin/Zyrtec or Benadryl (diphenhydramine) and see if it helps with the lip swelling. Check your temp to make sure you dont have fever. If you have any other symptom like sore throat or feel any bumps in mouth or tongue, a quick trip to the local urgent care clinic like Wallgreens or CVS would be a good idea to get it checked out. Feel better. ...Read more

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I just recently got a swollen upper lip out of no where and now my bottom lip is acting up but it's only one half. Help?

I just recently got a swollen upper lip out of no where and now my bottom lip is acting up but it's only one half. Help?

Allergy vs. infectio: I do not know how long this has been happening or whether you have and other skin findings. Based on what you have shared it could be and allergy like urticaria or a contact dermaitis or an infection. You should have it evaluated by your dermatologist. ...Read more

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I woke up with a really swollen upper lip.There seems to be a small white line in the middle(not like a thrush).What could it be?

I woke up with a really swollen upper lip.There seems to be a small white line in the middle(not like a thrush).What could it be?

Swollen lip: Swelling of the lip, without a history of trauma, can be caused by a kind of hive, called angioedema. Some times there swelling and hives elsewhere. It can be treated with oral antihistamines, like Claritin and/or Benadryl (diphenhydramine). ...Read more

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I'm in this same situation and my sons birthday party is today and I look awful with this swollen upper lip. What can I take to help with the swelling?

I'm in this same situation and my sons birthday party is today and I look awful with this swollen upper lip. What can I take to help with the swelling?

Benadryl (diphenhydramine): Benadryl (diphenhydramine) can help reduced the swelling but it has the side effect of making you sleepy. You can try Claritin or Zyrtec. Adding Zantac,( a medicine which is also an antihistamine but mostly used for gastritis or reflux,), may help as well. Keep in mind though if this a recurrent problem, you need to see your physician to determine the cause. ...Read more

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Sudden swollen upper lip neurological reason?

Not sure: In general, swelling of a body part is NOT a neurological syndrome. There are few conditions like CRPS that are neurological and can cause swelling. A sudden swollen upper lip may have non-neurological causes like allergy, acute reaction, or other. You should have it checked out just to be sure. ...Read more

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My 21 year old daughter has a really swollen upper lip and last night had a temperature of 101.8. What could it be?

Many possibilities: Swelling in the lips can be a result of infection, trauma, cyst formation and neoplasm. The presence of the fever tends to lead to the consideration of an infection--whether of dental (tooth) origin or soft tissue infection. You should seek counsel from your dentist. ...Read more