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Doctor insights on: Newborn Blister On Lip From Breastfeeding

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How to heal a red blister on lip?

How to heal a red blister on lip?

See your dentist: You should see your dentist to make sure it is not a vascular lesion. If it is a simple blister from trauma it generally resolves in 7-10 days. Many over the counter products will work. The general rule is to keep the area clean and avoid irritation. ...Read more

Mouth (Definition)

Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more


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How can I cure a lip blister/swollen lip?

How can I cure a lip blister/swollen lip?

Swollen lip: If the swelling if form trauma then ice all help. If this is a blister, viral, or abscess then this should be evaluated by a dentist. ...Read more

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Could emotional stress cause a sudden painful lip blister?

Could emotional stress cause a sudden painful lip blister?

Indirectly: Stress alone won't cause this, but stress is a common precursor to a cold sore flaring up. The direct cause is the virus causing the cold sore, though. Several chronic viruses show this tendency. ...Read more

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Since my fiancee started having a physical relationship and him giving me oral sex he has a lip blister that never really goes away. Is it from me?

Since my fiancee started having a physical relationship and him giving me oral sex he has a lip blister that never really goes away. Is it from me?

Possible: The possibility is herpes type one or type two -- but it usually goes away, but can last a couple of weeks. Sounds like time for both of you to see a physician, sooner rather than later. ...Read more

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What to do about a lip blister?

Cold sore?: If you do nothing and it is a cold sore it will go away in 7-10 days. You can use abreva or zovirax (acyclovir) ointments to speed the process. ...Read more

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What's the best medicine for a lip blister?

Depends on cause: Lips will blister due to excessive sun exposure, viral or bacterial infection or lip biting or trauma. I hesitate to be more specific without know the diagnosis because treatment is different for each. ...Read more

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Can a lip blister not be herpes?

Yes.: Lips can blister for various reasons beside a herpes viral infection. Chemicals such as acids found in citrus fruits, allergic reactions and trauma are a few other causes. ...Read more

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How could you heal an inner-lip blister?

Depends on what: The cause (etiology) of the blister is. Most are self-limiting and disappear in a few days. If it persists, gets larger in size or more painful, then make an appointment with a dentist. ...Read more

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Is it normal that my baby gets lip blisters from breastfeeding?

Is it normal that my baby gets lip blisters from breastfeeding?

Yes: Some babies are even born with a "sucking blister" from sucking on their own hands in utero. It is common and normal for breastfed babies to get this same type of sucking blister from feeding. It is not dangerous and you don't need any medicine or creams to treat it. ...Read more

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How can I get rid of a lip blister?

How can I get rid of a lip blister?

Lip lesion: The lip lesion should run a 7 -10 day course. If it does not go away consult your dentist. If it is a virus it mat be herpes and can be transferred to another person, so no direct contact of your lip to any body part is advisable. Sometimes too much sun, or stress or the immune system being down can bring them on. See your dentist. ...Read more

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What's to be done about burn blister on lip?

What's to be done about burn blister on lip?

Medications: In some people a topical steroid works well. Your dentist can give you kenalog (triamcinolone) in orabase ointment to try. ...Read more

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What is it? I have skin sores and lip blister.

What is it? I have skin sores and lip blister.

No way to tell: Without seeing you. But "cold sores" (a type of herpes virus infection) can do this is the skin sores are near your mouth. ...Read more

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How can I get rid of my lip blister before my big date?

How can I get rid of my lip blister before my big date?

Maybe nothing: If its cracked and scabbed already, your screwed. At that point, it's a wound. It will heal soon, but you can't speed it up. ...Read more

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What doctor to see for blood blister on lip?

Dentist or. ..: Dentist or oral surgeon. Either is appropriate. You don't say how this started, so be sure to give them a good history of the problem. ...Read more

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What is the duration of a cold sore or a lip blister?

What is the duration of a cold sore or a lip blister?

2 weeks: They are cause by a virus. The normal time it takes your defense system to knock it out is two weeks. Anti-viral taken a the the first sign, , or pro-dermal stage, that tingling sensation, an anti-viral like abreva can help cut the two week process in half! ...Read more

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If I have a fever blister on lip can it go to my eyes?

If I have a fever blister on lip can it go to my eyes?

Possibly: A fever blister will not travel to the eye to cause problems. But a "fever blister" or "cold sore" is caused by HSV (Herpes Simplex Virus) latent in the body. It activates at times of stress or low immunity to cause a cold sore on the lip or mouth, or to cause Herpetic Eye Disease, which commonly manifests on the surface of the eye but could affect the inside of the eye. ...Read more

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What is the difference between a lip blister or cold sore?

What is the difference between a lip blister or cold sore?

Blister? / virus: Lip blister could be a burn, having bit your lip and have a salivary gland swollen or possibly some type of chemical burn causing a blister. A cold sore is typically a herpetic virus which will feel feverish, painful and last 10 days to 2 weeks usually. ...Read more

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Could a lip blister be an allergic reaction to amoxicillin?

Could a lip blister be an allergic reaction to amoxicillin?

Probably not: If you had an allergic reaction to something it would probably be more than a single blister. Allergic reactions create all kinds of signs...Like overall bumps on your body, tongue swelling or worst of all...Anaphylactic reaction which could be deadly. If you think you are allergic to amoxicillin...Put it down on your health history for the doctor. And if you wish go to an allergist for testing. ...Read more

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I am experiencing lip blister and sunburn. How do I treat my lip blisters and are they caused by the sun poisoning?

I am experiencing lip blister and sunburn. How do I treat my lip blisters and are they caused by the sun poisoning?

Lip blister: May be from sunburn or may have virus as a cause. Should heal on it's own in relatively short order. And try not to aggravate with repeated sun overexposure. ...Read more

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Any suggestions on how I can help this small lip blister?

Need to see it: Without seeing the blister I can't really help. It could be anything from a small bite to cancer. Try oragel and if it doesn't go away in 7-10 days i'd get it looked at. ...Read more

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What can I do to treat a lip blister?

Laser treatment: The cause of your lip blister is probably herpes simplex one virus. This is commonly known as a cold sore. If your dentist has a laser such as the biolase md the cold sore can be treated with it to instantly relieve the pain and heal it quicker, . ...Read more

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What should I do to help heal a lip blister?

What should I do to help heal a lip blister?

It is typically: Self limiting depending on the etiology (cause) - means it will heal itself in a week or so usually. Depending on the type of lesion your dentist may be able to use a soft tissue diode laser uninitiated to treat the lesion immediately. ...Read more

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How can I treat a bleeding lip blister?

How can I treat a bleeding lip blister?

Hydrogen Perixide: Hydrogen peroxide is a good choice. See a dentist for additional treatment such as laser treatments. ...Read more

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How can I quickly get rid of blister on lip?

How can I quickly get rid of blister on lip?

Laser if appropriate: While there are different types of blisters, the most common cold sores / blisters are related to the herpes virus. If you a looking for a speedy alleviation of cold sore symptoms it is possible that a professional laser treatment of the lesion may help. Consult with your dentist or dermatologist. ...Read more

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How long does it take for a blood blister on lip to go away?

1 wk: I am assuming this was caused by accidental trauma as a lip bite.
Be careful not to rebite the area which is common, due to the slight swelling. ...Read more

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How long does it take to notice a "lip blister' after making out with a girl?

How long does it take to notice a "lip blister' after making out with a girl?

2 to 7 days: This is a very common viral infection, if in fact you are referring to oral hepres. Symptoms may manifest anywhere from 2 days to 3 weeks. Most people have a large infection in their early years called primary herpetic stomatitis, then flares up now and again with stress or other causations as "canker sores". It is common enough to be not a worry; just do not "infect" others when active. ...Read more

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Clear lip blister inner lips with tiny white area increases and reduces to almost flattish clear blister. I've no pain. Is it mucocele? 2 weeks now.

Clear lip blister inner lips with tiny white area increases and reduces to almost flattish clear blister. I've no pain. Is it mucocele? 2 weeks now.

Mucocele: Yes, definitely. The description and location are very similar for mucocele lesion. Diagnosis is made by examination and history of the previous trauma. Most common treatment is surgical.
Good luck. ...Read more

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How long does it take to get rid of Fordyce spots lip blister?

How long does it take to get rid of Fordyce spots lip blister?

Are you sure of Dx?: Fordyce granuals are fat deposits and are usually found inside the mouth in the cheek area. I have not seen it as a lip blister and believe it may be something else. True Fordyce granuals do not go away, but the are not harmful either. You may want to have the blister checked by your dentist. ...Read more

Dr. Gary Sandler
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Breastfeeding (Definition)

Breastfeeding is providing nutrition to an infant using breat milk either directly by infant latching and sucking on the nipple or by feeding via bottle with expressed breast milk (when baby has difficulty suckling). Breast milk is the best milk for any baby but ...Read more


Dr. Krishna Kumar
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Neonatal (Definition)

The term neonatal is generally used to describe events that occur with an infant within the first 30 days after birth. Some practitioners are looser with the definition & extend the ...Read more