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How To Get Rid Of Tiny Bumps On Lips
SPOTS ON LIPS:
I CANNOT SEE THEM.
I DO NOT KNOW WHAT THEY ARE.
ARE YOU REALLY 127 YEARS OLD?
PLEASE SEE YOUR PCP AND BEST LUCK. ...Read more
Needs to be checked: We can not not advice how you get rid of the tiny bumps without knowing what caused these bumps, and without examining. I suggest you consult your family doctor or a dermatologist ...Read more
Maybe perioral derm: Perioral dermatitis is an uncommon rash that appears around the mouth and sometimes around the nose and eyes, as well, as multiple tiny reddish bumps. It is sometimes itchy. Gentle cleansing and moisturizing 2-3 times daily may help, but sometimes topical or oral antibiotics are needed, so if you are not improving after a few days, see your dermatologist to get a proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Bump on lip: It would be useful to have a photograph and more information. How long have you had it? How bug is it? What color is it? Does it bleed? How is grown recently? ...Read more
I have a small pinkish bump on my top lip that has been there for as long as I can remember. How can I get rid of it and what is it?
I have a ton of tiny flesh colored bumps on the inside of my vagina lips. Doesn't hurt, but has white stuff when squeezed. How do I get rid of it?
Exam: A few ideas come to mind. Tiny bumps on the inside of the vagina are most commonly condylomas or reaction to hpv virus. But these don't typically have any white 'stuff' when squeezed. White stuff, as you say, leans more toward a diagnosis of sebaceous cyst. Bottom line, make an appointment with your gynecologist for an exam so you can be 100% certain what these are. Best of luck,. ...Read more
I have a tiny bump on my lower right lip it's like a red circle and white inside. Idk how to explain it fully. How do I get rid of it and what it is?
Lip Lesion: A dermatologist's best tool are his eyeballs. If we can't see the lesion, there is no way we can make a diagnosis as accurately as we would prefer. You absolutely must see a dermatologist to try to get any lead toward what this might be. It would be irresponsible to guess among the thousands of diagnoses which this could be. ...Read more
Too many answers: Sometimes lesions and ulcers indicate an oral diagnosis as severe as gatrointestinal disease. And sometimes, bumps are just bumps. An oral examination (by a dentist) is critical in determining which is which. ...Read more
I have a small red bump over my lip that looks red. It has been there for a while, but won't go away. How do I get rid of it?
Depends: Depends on what it is. See a dermatologist. ...Read more
I have really small bumps under my eyes and on the corners of my lips, they are not painful but is there anyway to get rid of them?
Bumps on lips & eyes: What you are describing sound like small accumulations of sebaceous material and the only way of getting rid of them is by piercing the skin and extracting them. You want to let a dermatologist or an aesthetician do this ...Read more
I have a cold or something and I have little tiny clear bumps inside my bottom lip. What are they and can I do anything to get rid of them?
Aphthous ulcers?: They may be little aphthousulcers and sometimes hydrogen peroxide and rinses can help ...Read more
I have a small red/white bump above my lip and it hurts when I touch it... what is it, and how do I get rid of it?
I would have to see: It, it could be a pimple/cyst, or infection. See dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment ...Read more
I have these small red smooth bumps on my vaginal lips. I've just now become sexual active, not even within the past week. How can I get rid of them?
Probably no need: Most likely it's just local irritation from the friction of sex, probably nothing abnormal and likely will return to previous appearance in a few days. If not, or if you otherwise remain concerned, see a doctor to be sure. I hope you're using adequate contraception and condoms to prevent STDs and HIV; and that you have been immunized against HPV. If not, ask your doctor about the vaccine. ...Read more
I have tiny bumps on my upper lip. You can barely see them but I feel them. They also itch sometimes. I use vaseline. What do I do to get rid of them?
Tiny bumps: There are several possible causes of bumps on your upper lip — are you having a reaction to a cosmetic cream or lipstick? Best to see your doctor to have them looked at for a more definitive diagnosis and recommendation. ...Read more
I have small bumps on my upper lip. I don't share chapstick or anything really. It burns bad. How do I get rid of it?
Medicine or time:
It might be a cold sore (herpes simplex). They usually go way by themselves and taking some Ibuprofen (motrin) can help the pain.
Doctor can prescribe acyclovir, valacyclovir or Famciclovir to help it go faster if treated early. Medicine only needed if you have other medical problems. ...Read more
How do I get rid of bumps around my mouth? They are small bumps around my lips. They get itchy, but not all the time.
HSV 1 and HSV 2: Herpes simplex is divided into two types: HSV type 1 and HSV type 2. Both of these conditions can affect your mouth or your genitals and can be spread via oral sex. There no cure for HSV infection and often stress is an aggravating factor. Cold sores generally clear up without treatment within 10-14 days. It is your call. ...Read more
I have tiny little bumps on my lips and at the corner of my mouth its painful when I lick the corners, how can I get rid of it? Or what is it?
Could be...: Caused by many things: "Angular chelitis" can be due to yeast, bacteria, viruses, vitamin deficiency, dry lips, autoimmune disease, or just irregularities with the anatomy of the corners of your mouth. I would start with a good emollient like Lubriderm or Cetaphil cream, take a vitamin B complex supplement, and if there is no improvement in a few days, see doc to rule out infection. ...Read more
Multiple, small, clear fluid filled bumps have appeared on my bottom lip. Have had them before, need to get rid of them before they burst and scab.
See a doctor: You need to see a doctor for proper evaluation and treatment ...Read more
2 questions: "Small, red bump" could be several different things. You did not favor us with enough information except to say that a dermatologist will help you. "An easy way to get rid of cold sores" involves understanding herpes virus. Best remedy is to take 2 Grams [2 pills] of valacyclovir at prodrome, when you first perceive the initial tingling of a new sore. This will abort the attack or greatly reduce i ...Read more
How do you get rid of a scalp cyst? I have a small bump on the middle of the back of my head. I've recently just asked a question about it on avvo. I got my answer and the person said it might be a cyst. I've searched up 'how to get rid of a cyst' on goog
Cysts : Cysts are simply sacs of tissue filled with a substance that makes them expand. There are many types of cysts in the body, but the most common in the area you are talking about is a sebaceous cyst. Most are benign problems but some can cause damage to surrounding structure and some, even more rare, can be neoplasms. Cysts typically cannot be treated at home. Definitive treatment of a cyst requires complete removal of the tissue and, in cases where the growth is more aggressive, some surrounding normal tissue is removed to prevent a recurrence. For these reasons you seek care from a surgeon for evaluation, removal and biopsy. ...Read more
Red bump: Well that depends on what the red bump was casued by and how long it has been present. There are several things that it could be but it is important, especially if it havs been there for a little while to have it checked out by your dentist or oral surgeon as soon as possible. It could be an ifection of some sort, a sinus issue, or something more serious so have it looked at. ...Read more
Are lots of small, painless red bumps on the tongue normal? Can swillimg saltwater around the mouth help get rid of these?
Well : That's an option That can help. For specific diagnosis and treatment recommend Healthtap visit with photographs ...Read more
Significant problem!: You need to seek out an immediate medical doctor ; eyecare specialist. Obviously, you need screening std's tests... Syphillis ; others along with ocular consult. You may have a serious issue. Do not procrastinate on this... Seek care now. ...Read more
I have painless small white bumps on penis head & on penis shaft. I never had sex so it's not STDs. How to get rid of these?
Sebaceous glands: Most likely these are clogged glands. Scrub them when you are in the shower and keep the area clean and dry. ...Read more
Hi, I'm just wondering, hoe can you tell the difference between acne and perioral dermatitis?
I'm 18 years old and these red bumps around my mouth some look like small pimples.
Also, if it is perioral dermatitis, what's the best way to get rid of it?
Need to be seen: Cannot guess without visual inspection at the least, see your doctor or dermatologist for management, good luck ...Read more
Leave alone: Little bumps around the lips are probably sebaceous cysts which are benign and require no treatment if there are no symptoms. If they grow then you need an exam to rule out other causes. ...Read more