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Intermittent Lip Symptoms
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
Trembling lips: There are multiple medical conditions than can cause this.The diagnosis would depend on the age, duration, severity and associated meds and conditions. This can be seen in Parkinson's, hypothermia, panic attack, pallatal myoclonus, excessive stimulant medications and drugs such as pheteramine, caffeine, and occasionally facial myokemia or hemifacial spasms, and of course seizures ...Read more
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 been having intermittent tingling in my lower lip. It only lasts seconds and then goes away. It happened the other day now doing it again today?
Tingling lips: It is difficult o answer this without more information. Tingling in the lips can come from dental procedures, medications, poisons, lack of vitamins and over load of toxic metals. Sometimes it can be due to nerve stimulation by infection inflammation or tumor. Given the wide variety of reasons my advice would be to get evaluated. ...Read more
Sex with bf first time he tore me inside vag. lips we sexed again-made it worse like a rugburn. almost looks like a soar. do I have herpe no other symptoms?
Likely no: It sounds like an abrasion to the vagina, however, herpes cannot be ruled out without a test to confirm. If it were me, I would see a doctor and get checked. At 22 years of age, there is higher risk for STDs, including herpes and, more commonly, chlamydia. A quick check with gyn doctor will alleviate your fears and you'll be in the "know" regarding your status. ...Read more
Usually not: Chapped lips is often due to lip eczema (dryness, irritation, cracking, peeling). Too much sun, wind, or water exposure; excessive washing; repeated lip licking; and allergies to lip balm or lipstick ingredients are common causes. Allergic reactions (hives, etc.) can chap lips. Raynaud's lip symptoms may start with pale or whitish lips with numbness in cold temperatures, and then later chapping. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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