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Small Warts On Lips
I have a small wart on my top lip. I've been wondering what ointment to use on it to make it gone that you can get in miami. I also have on my hands?
Wart Removal: For common warts and plantar warts an over the counter wart removal method can remove the wart without a doctor visit. Two popular methods of wart removal are with salicylic acid as in dr. Scholl's clear away, duofilm salicylic acid wart remover and walgreen's wart remover) and with freezing methods using dimethyl ether (as with compound w freeze off and dr. Scholl's freeze away). ...Read more
Im male. I have small white bumps clustered and spread out in cornre of lips they dont hurt an havent changed in 4 days. Is this HPV warts?
Mucosal warts: Warts do occur on mucosal surfaces like the lip. And one of the changes that the virus induces is a change in the blood vessels, so it could be red. More often the epithelial changes predominate however and it appears a bit whiter than the surrounds. Still if it persists you should have it seen as there are other things that can cause red raised bumps too. ...Read more
I've had a small, hard, white bump on my top lip for about 2 years. I think it may be a wart, i'm not sure. I've tried to cut it off and it reappears?
Get thee to a doctor: It sounds like you may have a small milia or nevus. In any case, it should be evaluated, and you shouldn't cut it off yourself. ...Read more
My son has a small bump on the bottom of his lip. I think he transferred a form of his planters wart from his hand. How can this be treated in this sensitive area?
A few months ago i developed this small lump on my inner lip, how soon should it get removed? Or is it okay to leave it there? I am a 27 year old woman who has only been with one man, a faithful man. The only wart he's ever had on him was on his finger. W
There : There are many things that can cause a growth in the lower lip, from the simple (fibroma or mucocel) to the complex (cancer). There are very few things that can cause a growth in the lower lip that will miraculously disappear. Without obtaining a sample of the tissue to microscopically examine it is impossible to provide a diagnosis. Mucocel, or better known as mucous extravasation phenomena, is the result of damage to one of the hundreds of minor salivary glands located in the mouth. Either the gland itself is damaged or the duct that allows the saliva to escape into the mouth. The result is that the saliva is still produced around meal times but has no where to escape to causing a build up in the tissues. These lesions can grown quite large and become painful. Occasionally the saliva will slowly leak into the mouth allowing the swelling to decompress. Unfortunately this is not the end of the problem. In situations like this i recommend removal of the lesion for diagnostic, and potentially curative, purposes. If you are not comfortable with your present surgeon seek a second opinion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A small purple wart like bump has appeared inside lip in front of mouth and my tongue keeps touching it. It is hard and painless. What should I do?
Check it out: Random bumps are always a concern for the doctor. Generally speaking , it's probably nothing but you want to be sure as abnormalities can present as symptoms to worse scenarios. It's possible that its related to the trauma during surgery or postoperatively if you bit your lip. Usually time and not messing with it will help it go away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
My friend has a small pimple looking bump on the lip of her vagina. If it is gential warts or herpes will the bump go away without treatment?
Lots of ways: See a dermatologist. You can use the liquid nitrogen, liquid nitrous oxide (this is what i like to use), topical acids, dermal scraping. You can also try oral Cimetidine (400 mg three times a day for 12-16 weeks). This is very safe and had the side effect of getting rid of warts for many people of adult size and weight (japma november 1, 1995 vol. 85 no. 11 717-718 ). ...Read more