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Swollen Lips During Pregnancy
I have swollen lips. I have been using dermacool 1% on my face due to utrecaria in pregnancy. Would tjis have caused the swelling?
Allergy: Could be allergic response to medications, food, or environmental allergens. Airway-involved swelling can be dangerous. Important that you see your Physician ASAP for evaluation. Until you do, discontinue any non-prescribed ointments, liquids, pills, salves, etc. Call Physician to discuss necessity of discontinuing any prescribed medications until you can be examined.See 1 more doctor answer
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I am on vacation and I woke up during the night with a swollen lip. I took an antihistaminic and it got better. Now I woke up and its swollen again!
Swollen lip: Are you on an ACE inhibitor for blood pressure control---if you are you need to check with your doctor soon Have you changed your lip stick or lip gloss brands----you could be having an allergic reaction to one of the ingredients. Follow up with your doctor--continue with the antihistamine RX until checked by your doctorSee 1 more doctor answer
I found one on my lip this morning, when the night before I gave my boyfriend oral sex. He bites during kissing, is it just a swollen lip or cold sore?
Cold sore: A cold spree tends to have a characteristic appearance with multiple tiny fluid filled blisters clumped together whereas a puncture wound tends to be more of a single penetrating injury.
Swollen lips, wheeze, cough, tightness in throat, tightness in chest are all present during my kids month on tobi (tobramycin). I wear n95 1 hr & hepabut still sx.
Talk to your doctor: Much of the dose of tobi (tobramycin) goes into the air rather than directly into the child, especially when given with a mask rather than mouthpiece. It sounds like you are having a reaction to it. Talk to your child's doctor who has prescribed the tobi (tobramycin). It may be necessary to switch to a different inhaled antibiotic for your child rather than tobi (tobramycin).See 3 more doctor answers
Many Things: This can mean any number of things. Sometimes pH changes can cause this and other times it is related to labial swelling. Ask your provider the next time you have an appointment.
Yes: Yes it is. Take care!Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Waxing should have no affect on the pregnancy.
No known food causes: Cleft lip occurs when left, right, and upper parts of the lip do not fuse properly in an embryo. No foods are known to cause it. Maternal smoking and alcohol/drug abuse increase the chances of a cleft. Cleft lip runs in some families, but can also happen in a variety of genetic mutations. It occurs least in africans (<1 in 1000 births) and most in oriental asians and native americans (3-4/1000).See 1 more doctor answer
Is home ipl (phillips) treatment for facial hair removal (upper lip only) safe during pregnancy? Is it permanent?
Hair Removal: I do not feel there is any home unit for hair removal that is either permanent or effective. The lasers that we use in the office is tremendously more powerful and at one talk I was at, the expert said that the amount of laser light you get from the home units is no more than a simple laser pointer!
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.See 1 more doctor answer
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.See 1 more doctor answer
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.See 1 more doctor answer
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!
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.
Many reasons: Sunburn or various types of trauma could cause your lips to swell, have a dentist do a thorough exam and document your symptoms and even take pictures. If not resolved in 7-10 days there may be a more serious issue and you may be referred to a a specialist.
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