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What can cause a pimple on my bottom lip?

What can cause a pimple on my bottom lip?

Many things: Herpes, mucocele or mucus cyst, precancerous lesions, Etc. Pimples, per se, Do not occur on the red part of the lip if that's what you're talking about. Your primary care doctor should probably have a look and maybe refer you to a plastic surgeon if necessary. ...Read more

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I had had what i thought was a pimple under my lip line for about a month.. It is small but will just not go away. What could it be?

I had had what i thought was a pimple under my lip line for about a month.. It is small but will just not go away. What could it be?

Mucocele : is a very common condition that happen when a salivary gland is injured or blocked. A mucocele usually is removed by a small oral surgery. The dentist may use a laser to remove the mucocele for faster healing and less complications.. ...Read more

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I have a big white pimple on my lip, how normal is this?

I have a big white pimple on my lip, how normal is this?

Cold sores: also known as fever blisters are pretty common and lots of people get them. Cold sores normally go away on their own within 7 to 10 days. ...Read more

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I have a pimple on my lip i believe and i'm scared. Is it possible to get a pimple on your lip?

I have a pimple on my lip i believe and i'm scared. Is it possible to get a pimple on your lip?

Mucocele: The most common cause of a lump on the lip is mucocele, a benign cyst formed due to obstructed minor salivary gland in the lip. It will require surgical excision. See an ENT doctor. ...Read more

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I popped a pimple on my lip and now its all swollen!?

I popped a pimple on my lip and now its all swollen!?

Infection: Most Likely Infection, and you need to see your doctor. Be well. ...Read more