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Ice for a cold sore.: Try addressing the underlying issues. Melissa officinalis or lemon balm (cream) expedites healing of cold sores. It can reduce healing time by half. Studies also show that regular use can help v recurrences. Brief supplementation with lysine 1, 000mg orally three times a day at the onset, can also hasten healing. Your physician can prescribe oral valtrex (valacyclovir). ...Read more
A raw pink area on vaginal lips sore to touch just appeared in last twenty four hours .No sexual activity in over a week pre menstrual 47year b fema?
Viral: You are describing a Upper Respiratory Tract infection possibly with a superimposed her Fever or heretic blister possibly as a consequence of stress and suggest supportive hydration, rest but if thermometer indicates fever and symptoms are not improving a week suggest ID evaluation ...Read more
Small red bump on vagina lip. Sore, swollen, no itching. What is it? How to treat? Can I put betamethasone dip cream on it?
White spots on tonsils, lip sore, fatigue and enlarged lymph node only on left side under my chin. No fever. Should i be worried?
Probably not: Sounds like a viral infection involving your tonsils, cold sore on lips, enlarged node and fatigue could all be present during a viral infection. Keep hydrated, treat fevers, rest and symptoms should improve .If symptoms worsen could have bacterial infection and may need throat culture and antibiotics. ...Read more
My daughter has fever, chapped lips, sore throat, swollen gums and her breath stings. What could it be?
A Check-Up: By an md as soon as possible is important. Her tonsils might be swollen and maybe blocking her airway causing her to mouth breathe. It will dehydrate the lips, cause it to crack, and can make gums red and throat sore. An upper respiratory infection can do this. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had fever, headaches, chills, runny nose, cold sore, and lip sore all together. Worried about the mouth sores as I never get them. What could this be?
Remove it: If it continues to bother you, remove it. You may have an allergy/reaction to the jewelry. ...Read more