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Vein Bumps Inside Lip Pain
SCARED! HSV1 is 0.90 6 wks post protected sex w/ a SW. I was - at 5 wks. Few tiny bumps on lips. Bumps + more veins on foreskin. HSV1/2 Risk? Advice?
Question unclear: HSV-1 antibody level of 0.90 is considered negative in situations where 0.90 is in the reference range of "negative" for the lab doing the test. Being negative for HSV-1 usually means a person hasn't caught oral herpes yet. First, people who worry a lot about these things need to stay away from sex workers, or end up worrying 365 days a year. Secondly, many or most adults are positive for HSV-1. ...Read more
Mouth (mouth) " n. Pl. Mouths 1. A. The body opening through which an animal takes in food. B. The cavity lying at the upper end of the alimentary canal, bounded on the outside by the lips and inside by the oropharynx and containing in higher vertebrates the tongue, gums, and teeth. C. This cavity regarded as the source of sounds and speech. D. The opening to any cavity or canal ...Read more
Have multiple small bumps on inner lip and tip of tongue. Veins are darker than normal inside lip. What r these? I do have genital herpes.
Infections normally have periods of remission followed by periods of excerpation in form of bumps or lesions.
Testing may be required. ...Read more
I noticed that I have these tiny white bumps around the head of my penis, my penis body looks a little swollen and there is a pumped vein what can it b?
Pearly papules?: Several percent of men have a row of bumps on the corona around the glans; they are picturesquely named "pearly penile papules". They're quite normal and perhaps a "plus", if you don't like them, there's laser removal. I'll bet this is what they are. Every guy has veins and looks swollen sometimes. ...Read more
I have a subtle bump in my cheek at the corner of my mouth. It has a lot of purple veins around that area only. Why is that?
Lesion in mouth:
It is somewhat difficult to answer this question without a picture but sounds like your a describing a venous lake. This is a benign vascular lesions. Other thoughts include a traumatic lesion (i.e. from biting the inside of the mouth) creating a pocket of trapped blood or a mole. Prob best to have it evaluated. Good luck. Dr. Kosari. ...Read more
The back of my throat behind my tonsils have small whitish yellow bumps and my tonsils and back of mouth have small red veins everywhere. Concerns?
Difficult to tell: By only reading the description. Best to have exam by your physician, especially if you are experiencing symptoms (e.g., throat pain, fever, chills, pain with swallowing, etc.) to determine what the small bumps in the back of your mouth are and to evaluate the small red veins. ...Read more
Persistant sore throat for a while now. The roof of my mouth seems yellow with red, raised spots. Throat has dark veins and bumps. What's wrong?
See your PCP.: It could be a bacterial infection and you need to see your pcp to get a swab of it. ...Read more
I have only smoked for 2 months I had about 2 or 3 cigarette a day and have stopped now, the back of my throat is a bit yellow with whit mucus and little yellow bumps also the blog vessels in my mouth have become verry visible. Is there anything serious
Congratulation on your decision to stop smoking. The length of time and the number of cigarettes that you smoked not enough to cause any serious damages.
if you continue to be concerned see your doctor for proper evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
I have a couple of tiny skin colored, painless bumps above my lip for the past 5 days in an S pattern. What could this be?
Previous eruption: You indicate a prior history of herpes, could this be from a previous eruption/scar? You may want to try topical Zovirax (acyclovir). However I suspect it is some thing else that may be inflammatory. Topical hydrocortisone cream may help if it is not herpes. If it doesn't improve in 7-10 days or worsens, please see your doctor ...Read more
Possible viral infec: Hepes is most common lesion on lips. ...Read more
See your dentist.: This can be so many different things that my best advice is to let a dentist see it to find out what it is and if anything needs to be done about it. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Bumps under the skin could be as a result of different reasons of which could include an ingrown hair, acne, infection, abscess, or an allergic reaction to various things like detergents or soaps or to medications. Have it evaluated by your physician to get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Lip bumps: There are really a lot of different possibilities. Could be plugged pores, irritated salivary glands, comedons, cysts, etc. Best to get it checked by your doctor who can evaluate them and give you appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Please see a doctor.: Could be infection or trauma. Please see a doctor. ...Read more
Infection: You can have a bacterial or viral infection. Have it checked out. ...Read more
Bruise: If you have popped a vein in your lip, the lip will swell and look bruised. ...Read more
Few possibiliites.: Bumps could be from mucoceles from constant biting of lips, leukoplakia - a premalignant condition -common with repeated trauma to lip line like smoking, repeated biting, betel leaves /tobacco chewing- common in asians. Also sqamous cell cancer, vasculitic conditions - lupus, pemphigus with vesicular lesions can cause bumps. Not sure whether your bump is painful or painles, how long it is. See doc. ...Read more