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I have these weird tiny white bumps on my lip what is it?my lips feel very bumpy when I tub them together

I have these weird tiny white bumps on my lip what is it?my lips feel very bumpy when I tub them together

Fordyce spots: These are tiny skin glands seen when you look close while stretching the lip tight. They are tax-free. Ignore them. The rough feeling probably means you need to lubricate your lips with a stick or vaseline. ...Read more

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I had some very tiny white bumps on my lips that now seem to be forming into larger splotches. Lips are also very leathery.

I had some very tiny white bumps on my lips that now seem to be forming into larger splotches.  Lips are also very leathery.

Need exam: You should have this examined by your primary care. Timing of exam depends on severity and duration of rash. Ask if dermatology referral is appropriate. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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I have a few tiny white bumps on upper lip. What does it mean?

Lip lesions: White bumps on the upper lip could be a number of things. The most common of which are specialized glands called fordyce spots. In order to be certain, i recommend you consult a dermatologist to rule out other possibilities including flat wart, milia, etc. ...Read more

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I have viral gastroenteritis & I noticed I got tiny white bumps on my lip border. They've been there since I got sick(5days). Are they related ?

I have viral gastroenteritis & I noticed I got tiny white bumps on my lip border. They've been there since I got sick(5days). Are they related ?

Ans: Well perhaps. You seem to have been pretty sick. Let's see if these lesions resolve on their own when you begin to feel better ...Read more

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Why do I have tiny white bumps on my upper lip and does not hurt and it is only on my upperlip. Could you please give me some possible answers?

Why do I have tiny white bumps on my upper lip and does not hurt and it is only on my upperlip. Could you please give me some possible answers?

Need more info: Skin conditions are very difficult to comment upon without seeing them. Do you mean lip or the skin between your nose and lip? Are the bumps raised or flat? Are they less than a millimeter across? How long have they been there? Do they change? Come and go? Best to see your doctor for proper assessment. ...Read more

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Three tiny white bumps on my upper lip. What could this be, i haven't felt pain or irritated by them. Theyre a little bit red. ?

Three tiny white bumps on my upper lip. What could this be, i haven't felt pain or irritated by them. Theyre a little bit red. ?

Fordyce spots: You may have fordyce spots which are benign bumps appearing onthe lips and is not sexually transmited. See a dermatologist if they are bothersome. ...Read more

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Tiny white bump on my lower lip not really sore could it be herpes?

Lip Bump: Because lip bumps can be symptoms of different ailments, it is important to seek a medical diagnosis for proper treatment options. ...Read more

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I have a development of very tiny white bumps on my upper lip, Initially they were toward the corner of my mouth but now al the way along.. What is it?

New lipstick?: Sudden rashes or bumps can be due to a new skin care product, cosmetic, sunscreen, or lip gloss, or even toothpaste or mouthwash. Stop anything new that you have begun using in the last month, including soaps, detergents, perfumes, etc. If this does not resolve in a few days, see a doc for a better answer based on an in-person exam. ...Read more

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I see these tiny white pimples or bumps under my lips. Is there something serious happening?

I see these tiny white pimples or bumps under my lips. Is there something serious happening?

Oral bumps: The lips are common sites for small blockages of the salivary gland ducts, which may seem like pimples. Usually these are transient and not serious. If it is primarily the lower lip, things like cheilitis glandularis or actinic cheilitis might be considered, which may be related to solar damage or inflammatory changes. If they persist, see your doctor for an exam. ...Read more