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Purple Spots On Lips
Cheek bite for one: One cause can be a cheek bite that caused bleeding below the tissue, but not enough of a bite to cause a laceration or tear so that the blood leaked out into your mouth. Another reason could be a blue nevus. You should see a dentist to have the spots evaluated and then see if any treatment is needed. ...Read more
I have black purple spots in the tip of my tounge and also on my lower inside of lip.
Would like to know why ?
Important to check: There is a genetic condition called intestinal polyposis or Peutz Jegher's syndrome. Your age is not mentioned as it often becomes symptomatic in 20s. A colonoscopy is needed for diagnosis, which shows numerous polyps. The pigmented spots on the buccal mucosa are quite characteristic . Ask your PCP for gastroenterology referral. It is important. ...Read more
What would purple marks on the lips be? Like spots, almost like bruising/blood under skin but doesn't hurt. Could this be an std? Its not a cold sore.
Purple marks on lips: You have to see your doctor or a dermatologist to have a proper diagnosis. There are a number of different possibilities. The most likely is a vascular one such as a venous lake. However many lesions on the lips can reflect a systemic condition like osler-weber-rendu. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I woke up Sunday with a purple spot on my bottom lip. It's been there many years but it's never blown up and not shrunk back down. ?
Hi, i've like 2 yeards with a dark/purple spot under my lower lip. It doesn't hurt me.. I want to know what it is. Sometimes it looks darker.
I busted my lip open a few days ago and pinched a nerve. Then today I noticed a small purple spot on my lip. Bruise or blood clot?
Bruise: Relax....it is bruise, it will heal promptly. Keep area clean and cold. ...Read more
I have a painful black/purple spot on the lips of my vagina, I have the flu, I have only had one sexual partner who had no stds. What is it?
See a doctor: Without seeing and examining you it is impossible to diagnose. Go see someone, and feel better. ...Read more