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What are small red bumps inside of lower lip that is very painful. No openings like ulcers, what is this and how can I trear it?

What are small red bumps inside of lower lip that is very painful. No openings like ulcers, what is this and how can I trear it?

Call your dentist: There are many possible causes of small painful bumps. It depends on how they started and how long they have been there and if you have swelling. Over the counter pain medications can help relive you pain for now, but you should see your dentist and have this area checked. ...Read more

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I have big white bumps on my tounge red throat with red bumps and small red bumps inside my lower lip?

I have big white bumps on my tounge red throat with red bumps and small red bumps inside my lower lip?

Lot's of bumps, huh?: My you have a lot of bumps. However, this may all be normal. They are most likely taste buds on your tongue and minor salivary glands in your lip. If you show them to your dentist, you will know for sure. ...Read more

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I have small white bumps on the inside of my lower lip. I can only notice them when i stretch my lip out. What could this be?

I have small white bumps on the inside of my lower lip. I can only notice them when i stretch my lip out. What could this be?

Fordyce granules: It could be several things. A common one is called fordyce granules, which are ectopic sebaceous glands and quite normal. It also might be blocked minor salivary glands. If you are a drinker or smoker, oral cancer is always a possibility. Go see your dentist who will be familiar with all of these conditions and can advise you. ...Read more

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My two year old daughter 32 lbs has has a fluid filled bump in the inside of her lower lip on and off for about a year. Gets big small. Goes away and comes back sometimes don't go away at all. She doesn't complain or act like it is hurting her but its wor

My two year old daughter 32 lbs has has a fluid filled bump in the inside of her lower lip on and off for about a year. Gets big small. Goes away and comes back sometimes don't go away at all. She doesn't complain or act like it is hurting her but its wor

Mucocele: Fluid filled sacs that appear under the tongue or inside of the lip are usually mucoceles. These structures form when salivary ducts become blocked. They are harmless and usually go away on their own with time. When large enough to interfere with speech or normal mouth function, evaluation is warranted. Self drainage of mucoceles is not recommended. ...Read more

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I have itchy red bumps on lower lip that kinda burns in a way. They came from nowhere and I also had a huge bump on my upper lip a month ago that made it look swollen and included small painful bumps inside mouth. No insurance so can't see a doctor right

I have itchy red bumps on lower lip that kinda burns in a way. They came from nowhere and I also had a huge bump on my upper lip a month ago that made it look swollen and included small painful bumps inside mouth. No insurance so can't see a doctor right

Herpes Labialis?: Your symptoms could be due to herpes labialis. It is difficult to confirm without seeing the lesions and possibly obtaining a herpes culture. Herpes labialis is caused by HSV type 1, and outbreaks are usually due to physical or emotional stress, or excessive sun UV exposure. You can try Abreva, which is over the counter, but expensive. ...Read more

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I have small clear bumps on my upper and lower lips. I popped some of them and they went away but some of them didn't. What could they be?

I have small clear bumps on my upper and lower lips. I popped some of them and they went away but some of them didn't. What could they be?

HSV1: Herpes simplex is divided into two types: HSV type 1 and HSV type 2. Both of these conditions can affect your mouth or your genitals and can be spread via oral sex, but not trough clothing. There no cure for HSV infection and often stress is an aggravating factor. Cold sores generally clear up without treatment within 10-14 days. ...Read more

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I have a small bump on my lower lip that has grown. It is painless and almost unnoticeable. I've had it for about a year now and am worried about it. ?

I have a small bump on my lower lip that has grown. It is painless and almost unnoticeable. I've had it for about a year now and am worried about it. ?

A better strategy...: Although a substantial majority of bumps on the lower lip are innocent lesions (e.g., mucous retention cysts, venous lakes, or cold sores), some are not. Worrying about them is not productive; finding out whether the bump requires treatment is more beneficial. You need to schedule a diagnostic appointment with your dentist to evaluate the bump so its significance can be determined. ...Read more

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I have a group of small white bumps under my lower lip and they itch and are now starting to spread, what is this ?!

I have a group of small white bumps under my lower lip and they itch and are now starting to spread, what is this ?!

Viral infection: Sounds like a type of viral infection in its early stage. I would recommend that you see your dentist or an oral ; maxillofacial surgeon for a proper diagnosis and plan of treatment. ...Read more

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I have this yellowish whitish thing on my lower lip it's not a bump more like it's made a hole on my lips and I also have a small white bumps forming ?

I have this yellowish whitish thing on my lower lip it's not a bump more like it's made a hole on my lips and I also have a small white bumps forming ?

Cold sore: It is possible that this may be remnant of a cold sore or another type of viral infection if there is no history of trauma. These will usually resolve on their own. Keep them moist and protected from trauma. If it enlarges or persists past a week, see your doctor. ...Read more

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