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Fever/sore body for one day, fine the next. Small white bumps on the back of throat and sores inside my lip that have spread to upper lip.What is this

May things: Unfortunately, those symptoms may be connected to many different things. It could be anything from a simple viral infection to the first stage of infection with hsv (primary herpetic gingivostomatitis), to a bacterial infection, and on and on. Best to be seen promptly by your physician! ...Read more

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I feel these tiny bumps inside my lip, should I be worried?

I feel these tiny bumps inside my lip, should I be worried?

Probably not: They may be normal salivary glands, however, if the grow in size i would suggest seeing a dentist or oral surgeon for evaluation. ...Read more

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I have a white bump inside my lip is itt a diesae?

I have a white bump inside my lip is itt a diesae?

Get biopsy: Have it looked at by your dentist or oral surgeon as cancer has to be excluded by insignia lord excision all biopsies. ...Read more

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I've had this bump since forever that is inside my lip. It doesn't hurt and i'm not sexually active. What is this?

Need more info: You need to go to a dentist to have this evaluated. Depending upon what the dentist sees ; what the history is it could be nothing or it could be something that requires treatment. ...Read more

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I've had a small bump on my bottom lip for about two years or so (pimple-sized), but doesn't have any pus inside and is lip-colored. What could it be?

I've had a small bump on my bottom lip for about two years or so (pimple-sized), but doesn't have any pus inside and is lip-colored. What could it be?

Mucocele: Could be a mucocele that was produced from you biting it and continually playing with it keeping it from going away. Simple to remove and will feel better gone. ...Read more

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Small, painless raised bump on outside of bottom lip. Doesn't appear to be coldsore, wart or acne. No fluid inside. Smooth, flat top. Scared. ?

Small, painless raised bump on outside of bottom lip. Doesn't appear to be coldsore, wart or acne. No fluid inside. Smooth, flat top. Scared. ?

Not dangerous.: Your bump could be from a number of causes: an old scar from acne, a pimple, a cyst ( like a little balloon of tissue under the skin) or something else you need to see a health professional: md or nurse practitioner so her or she can take a look. So call them for an appointment. ...Read more

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I bit my lip and i have a not so small hard bump on my inner bottom lip, which stays for more than a month I don't think it will go away, what to do ?

I bit my lip and i have a not so small hard bump on my inner bottom lip, which stays for more than a month I don't think it will go away, what to do ?

Traumatic fibroma: Most likely, you are describing a traumatic fibroma. It is a benign soft tissue overgrowth due to chronic trauma. The treatment is to simply have the fibroma tissue removed and biopsied. Any general dentist can help you to solve the problem. ...Read more

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I have a small bump on my bottom lip and it won't go away. What is it?

Lip bump...: This could be an enlarged salivary gland or cyst, but it sounds most likely like a mucocele, or a mucous retention cyst. These can form when a tiny salivary gland duct in the lip is damaged or injured, obstructing the flow of mucous and causing a cyst. Unfortunately, it won't spontaneously resolve and may need to be surgically removed. You should see an oral surgeon. Good luck! ...Read more

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Woke up and a part of my inner bottom lip felt bumpy. I looked and saw a a bit of redness and two small painless white bumps. Did I bite it?

Woke up and a part of my inner bottom lip felt bumpy. I looked and saw a a bit of redness and two small painless white bumps. Did I bite it?

Canker sores: Canker sores are the most common oral lesions. Individual ulcers typically last 1-2 weeks. The condition is idiopathic (cause is not known) recurrent aphthous ulcers is usually self-limiting. If concerned see your dentist for laser treatment, immediate solution. ...Read more

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