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Swollen Lips Due To Burn
I been having a swollen lip line, dead skin around my lips, burning and itching on my lips for a while now and sometimes it stops. What could this be?
Does a bottom swollen lip with tingling and burning sensation and a bump in the inside of bottom lip mean herpes?
Possibly: Without examining this cannot be sure, but it fits into the range of symptoms to be expected. ...Read more
My vagina is itching 24/7 symptoms include, swollen lips, burning when urinating and constant itching. Lancane does not work. It hurts very bad.?
See your gynocologis: See your gynocologist or hospital right away. If you are sexually active you may have venereal disease. ...Read more
I took generic of bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) ds...have taken many times before...but this time I have somewhat swollen lips with tingling & burning sensation. Should I?
Please stop: The medicine for now, review what happened with your doctor, yes it can happen: you can develop an allergic reaction to a medicine even after several times using it, rare though, but can happen, also it can be a reaction to an inactive ingredient in the generic form, check with your doctor for an alternate medication, if you have to take bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) and no alternative, then see an allergist, good luck ...Read more
Waking up every morning with high anxiety, swollen lips, swollen red feet, and swollen hands. Hands and feet have a slight burning sensation.
No: Swollen lips are not always secondary to an allergic reaction. This can occur after exposure to food allergy or another allergic trigger but it can also occur secondary to increased histamine release with no known cause. Other causes include underlying autoimmunity and inflammation. There are hereditary causes that also lead to swelling where a patient may not have associated itch. ...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
Swollen lips suddenly when wake up in the morning, how to treat if the swollen due to bite insectt?
Benedryl is great if taken shortly after the bite. But in addition, amedrol dosepak (steroid) will reduce the swelling quickly!
call your dr. Asap! ...Read more
Cold compress: Cold compress will help. Make sure there is no open wound. If there is any go see your doctor. ...Read more
Depends: Whether or not you should go to the er or wait and see your dentist or family md may depend on the cause of the swelling and the degree of swelling. If the swelling is related to trauma with an open wound, go to the er. Swelling of the lips may also be caused by allergic responses to foods ingested or things that come in contact with the lips. Your dentist or family physician can advise you. ...Read more
Swelling: Be sure to let your dentist know about this so he can evaluate your last treatment. He will evaluate what was done in your last treatment. Level of concern is possible allergy to latex as well as materials used for the procedure. Sometimes a patient can play or chew on lips after a procedure while they are still numb from the anesthetic. Medications need to be evaluated too. ...Read more
The past 4 days I have woken with swollen lips. The swelling goes down within a couple hours, but my lips remain red, raw, and hurt. What are causes?
It's impossible to make an accurate diagnosis with additional information, medical history, and thorough clinical exam.
It could, be something as simple as a viral infection, or something more serious and related to a medical condition.
If this does not resolve within 5-7 days, See your medical doctor, dentist or an ENT specialist ...Read more
I have had swollen lips for the past 4 weeks. They are particualrly bad in the morning when I wake up, and then proceed to dry out and feel tender thr?
Sounds like allergy:
Possibly to toothpaste or lip balm or cosmetic. Don't use ANY toothpaste (you can use peroxide) or other products on your face anywhere near your lips. You can use vaseline if you want on your lips at any time.
You may need to see an allergist to get tested. Good lucK! ...Read more
None: No STD is a likely cause of such a symptom. The only exception might be a new case of oral herpes, but only if the swelling is accompanied by multiple painful blisters and sores. Drug allergies can cause lip swelling, so in theory an STD treatment could cause it as a side effect. ...Read more
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
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
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
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
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
No: Hyperemia - increased blood flow to the lips - excitement, and heavy, prolonged kissing. ...Read more
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