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Remedies For Swollen Lips After Augmentation
You need to: Be examined by a physician to determine the cause and them the appropriate treatment. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Allergic reaction?: Swollen lips can be caused by a topical or systemic allergic reaction, side effect of medications, trauma etc. Depending on the cause, Benadryl (diphenhydramine) could be taken and/or topical steroid swabbed on the area. If there is a cut or infection, antibiotic may be needed. Go see your dentist! ...Read more
Dry, swollen lips w/ discoloration on left & right corner of lower lip.Havent drink enough fluid lately.No allergy history.What could it be?&treatment?
Depends : It would depend on the cause. If it is from trauma, it will take time and ice may help. If it is from an unknown cause i would see a physician... Possibly a dermatologist or plastic surgeon. ...Read more
See your physician: See your physician for an evaluation. Without a medical history and a one on one clinical exam, it would be impossible to diagnose and treat you. ...Read more
I woke up with really painful swollen lips i feel like my lips are producing some kind of moist substance. what should i do?????????????????????
My boyfriend woke up with swollen lips this am. This happens in the spring and summer and has since he was younger. They swell so bad they ooze. ?
Allergic reaction: He needs to go to an allergy clinic what the root cause is. They run every irritant through his skin to see what exactly what causes it. Then we eliminate the food or allergen. ...Read more
Woke up this morning with swollen lips. After being in sun for the better part of the day yesterday. Of are knowledge have not eaten anything out of ?
Sunscreen use?: If only your lips are swollen, there are two possibilities: 1. Your lips are sunburned if you did not use sunblocker on them (lips have no melanin, so they never tan, just burn). 2. If you did use some product on your lips, you may be reacting to that. Always wear lip balms with high SPF in the sun to avoid sunburning and re-apply hourly or more: this will also help prevent fever blisters, too ...Read more
If too much force: If the kissing is too intense, it can certainly induce lip swelling. Another much less likely possibility is when you are allergic to a food (such as nuts) and the one you kissed had eaten it within a few hours prior. ...Read more
Diabetics can get dry, cracked lips which may give the appearance of swollen lips. This may be a result of a yeast-like infection that affects the corners of the mouth.
If you have a problem with your lips that does not resolve itself in 7-10 days, check with your physician or dentist. ...Read more
My lips have been swollen for the last 24 hours. I also have been experiencing itchy palms. I haven't had or done anything out of the normal stuff the last couple of days. The itchy palms started on tuesday and the swollen lips started last night after s
See a physician /ER : You may be undergoing a moderate to severe allergic reaction to something. If you have shortness of breath (breathing difficulty). You must immediately go to the hospital for evaluation and treatment. Otherwise contact your physician and see if you need to be on any medication. ...Read more
Health problems: Swollen lips can be a strong indicator of poor health. Swollen lips are sometimes caused by crohn's disease, which normally causes swelling in the bowel but can inflame the lymph ducts at any point in the body. Swollen lips can also indicate a food sensitivity. Pale pink lips are a common side-effect of anemia. ...Read more
Icing regimen: Icing will help for the first 48 hours after injury. Try to ice at least 10 minutes each hour. If you can, 10 minutes on, 10 minutes off is an ideal schedule while you are awake. Try using bags of frozen peas or corn (left in the original packaging). They conform well the body and can be reused. Just don't try to eat them after they have been thawed and frozen a few times! ...Read more
From what?: If it's swollen from trauma, use ice pack first 24 hours on and off every 15 minutes. Then it's just a waiting game until it goes away. If of unknown origin, you need to see a dentist as soon as possible as it is likely an infection that would require immediate treatment. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: It depends what caused your swollen lip.It can be due to allergy to meds, insect bites or foods.It can also be due to infections like cold sore or another infection and may need antibiotics.You should check with your doctor as if it is due to allergy you need to find out what caused it and may need to carry Epipen if it keeps happening as it can be life threatening.Meanwhile yu can take benadryl (diphenhydramine). ...Read more
Swollen lip: Do you know why your lip is swollen? If it is from some trauma, like biting or getting hit, gently placing an ice pack (zip-lock bag with water and ice cubes) will help and keep the swelling to minimum. Anti-inflammatory medicine, if you can take it, may be used. If you don't know why it's swollen, please visit your dentist and find out why, so that proper treatment can be offered to you. ...Read more
A couple things: If this is a snorkel that is new to you, it may be sensitivity to a component of the mouthpiece. Some older/cheaper snorkels may have latex rubber mouthpieces, to which you could be sensitive. You may also have been exposed to a piece of jellyfish or man-o'-war tentacle. This would cause a stinging or burning sensation as well. Mild swelling can also occur from exposure of sensitive tissue to sun. ...Read more
Blocked gland?: The first thing to try is applying moist heat for 10 minutes at a time 2-4 times daily. If it's a blocked gland, this may help it unclog. But if the bump increases in size or causes increasing pain, it needs to be checked. It can be a blocked gland that needs doctor draining it or it may be something else. ...Read more
Not enough info. : Unfortunately your question doesn't really contain enough information to tell what is going on. This could be anything from a serious bacterial infection, to a virus, a burn or an allergic reaction. You need to have this evaluated by a dentist or a medical doctor Monday morning. If the swelling gets worse overnight then go to a hospital emergency room. ...Read more
Many causes: Purple lips, also known as cyanosis in medical terminology, is caused by the discoloration of the skin and membranes. The area that is affected by cyanosis appears to be bluish in color. Though purple lips can be caused due to cold weather, it can also be a cause for concern, as it may be a symptom of underlying diseases related to the heart and respiratory system. ...Read more
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