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Everted Lower Lip
See Allergist: Intermittent swelling with unknown trigger could be a sign that you have idiopathic angioedema (CIA). Common triggers include heat, cold, and viral infections. CIA is more common in females, average age of onset between 30-50yrs. Medications like ACE-inhibitors can also cause random swelling. Trial of daily antihistamines like Zyrtec (cetirizine) can be beneficial, screening C4 level can help reveal cause. ...Read more
Please: consult an ENT (Ear, nose and throat) doctor. If you have a history of tobacco use, this may need further testing. Take care and let us know how things work out. ...Read more
My lips are getting dark. Especially the upper lips and corners of the lower. Kindly provide some help.
Drawing sensation of the lower lip, possible slight chin involvement, no other obvious symptoms. Goes away quickly?
Anxiety: The description and transient nature of your symptoms suggest it's not due to anything of significance. The most likely cause would be anxiety. The more you focus on the area the more likely you will notice it. If the symptom should become more severe check with your doctor in the unlikely chance an underlying medical illness is causing it. ...Read more