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Cramp in my toes, veins more prominent, and my lips have gone really red, what to do?

Cramp in my toes, veins more prominent, and my lips have gone really red, what to do?

Remain calm: Prominent veins are many times normal, when they are not and you have varicose veins you can visit a vascular doctor for a consultation. Compression stockings, scleropathy or other vascular interventions could be helpful if it is that bad. Massage the cramp in your toes for relief, make sure you are hydrated, consider a banana, perhaps a magnesium supplement. Not sure about the red lips. ...Read more

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Cramp in my toes, veins more prominent and my lips have gone really red. What does all this indicate?

Cramp in my toes, veins more prominent and my lips have gone really red. What does all this indicate?

See below: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

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I went to the doctor yesterday cause I have a lump on lip of vagina. she said its swollen gland. Now I have bad cramps. can barely stand up or walk?

I went to the doctor yesterday cause I have a lump on lip of vagina. she said its swollen gland. Now I have bad cramps. can barely stand up or walk?

Probably unrelated: But, if you are in severe pain and cannot stand or walk, then you need re-evaluated, usually in an ER. If no immediate ride in, then call an ambulance. If any possibility you are pregnant, then all the more potentially serious. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of blue spot on lips at localised area due to minor injury and what s d treatment?

What is the treatment of blue spot on lips at localised area  due to minor injury and what s d treatment?

Mucocele: What you described is consistent with a mucocele. Mucus has accumulated in tissue due to injury to a small salivary gland in the lip. It may need to be removed surgically so you should consult a doctor. Consult this site for more info. http://www.webmd.com/oral-health/guide/mucocele-causes-symptoms-and-treatment ...Read more

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I have a couple of tiny skin colored, painless bumps above my lip for the past 5 days in an S pattern. What could this be?

I have a couple of tiny skin colored, painless bumps above my lip for the past 5 days in an S pattern. What could this be?

Previous eruption: You indicate a prior history of herpes, could this be from a previous eruption/scar? You may want to try topical Zovirax (acyclovir). However I suspect it is some thing else that may be inflammatory. Topical hydrocortisone cream may help if it is not herpes. If it doesn't improve in 7-10 days or worsens, please see your doctor ...Read more

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Is lip quivering bad?

LikelyMuscleFatigue: A very high likelihood that this is a very short lived condition it is unlikely to be anything serious. ...Read more

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What skin issue causes lips to darken?

What skin issue causes lips to darken?

Need exam: It is difficult to determine without seeing the discoloration. I recommend seeing a dermatologist for further evaluation. ...Read more

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What are the causes of lips turning black?

Sun exposure: Sun exposure could be the cause. Hormonal changes could be the cause. If its a specific area it should be examined and biopsied for safety. ...Read more