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Itchy Bumps On Lip
I have itchy bumps on lips steroids and fungal creams dont work. They fade after a while but my lips swell. Also rash in mouth?
Steroids to avoid: Please see your doctor. We try to spare steroid use on face unless we are sure of the the diagnosis. It seems that you may have a viral infection and both of these treatments will not help. Stay stress free and see your doctor for the treatment of possible viral infection. Good luck. ...Read more
What does it mean when you have multiple itchy bumps under your lips with alittle bit of swelling?
Dermatitis: If something is itchy, it likely indicates inflammation. Due to the location, you may be having a mild allergic reaction or dermatitis to something you have eaten or something you used on that area such as toothpaste or lip balm. Apply Cortaid (hydrocortisone) or a similar mild topical steroid to soothe and hopefully resolve this dermatitis. ...Read more
I have tiny itchy bumps on my lips what does it mean and how do I get it to go away before September 24?
May be lip eczema: Itchy bumps on lips might be lip eczema, which can be treated like skin eczema, using hydrocortisone cream (twice a day for 1 week) plus Vaseline or Aquaphor to retain moisture. Sometimes lip balm or lip sunscreen chemicals cause an allergic reaction. Other times, a person is a primary lip-licker (it's her habit). Once cracked, lips get irritated by routine foods and juices. A doctor can help. ...Read more
Hi. I have tiny itchy bumps in my lips. It will come and then go. It has a tingling feeling to it and is the same color as my lips. What can it be. I ?
Little not visible little itchy bumps covering entire lip and corners of mouth? Also little clear bumps on gums.
Little bumps?: The bumps inside your mouth may or may not be related to the itchy bumps on your lips. The little bumps may be small salivary glands. Itching may be an allergic reaction or a host of other medical issues. If it does not resolve within a day or two, gets worse, or you want to find out what it is & whether or not it requires treatment, see you PCP, Dermatologist, Allergist or dentist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer