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Cluster of white bumps on inside lower lip, ear pain, fever, headache, slight congestion, scabs on lower lip close to the opening. Is this herpes?

Cluster of white bumps on inside lower lip, ear pain, fever, headache, slight congestion, scabs on lower lip close to the opening. Is this herpes?

You need an exam: Herpes has a classic look that can best be identified by seeing a healthcare provider. They can also test the bumps as well. Usually the bumps associated with Herpes are very painful. ...Read more

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What are these little white bumps on inside of lower lip?

What are these little white bumps on inside of lower lip?

Salivary glands: Our lips contain hundreds of minor salivary glands. This is what you are seeing, it is perfectly normal. ...Read more

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I am sexually active and have not used a condom, now I have tiny white bumps on inside of my lips, HELP?

I am sexually active and have not used a condom, now I have tiny white bumps on inside of my lips, HELP?

See a GYN MD: Vulvar bumps have to be seen to give an accurate diagnosis and in the future a condom for new partners is always a good idea even after discussing ahead of time if there are any medical/genital issues prior to sexual encounters. ...Read more

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I have a white bump inside my lip is itt a diesae?

I have a white bump inside my lip is itt a diesae?

Get biopsy: Have it looked at by your dentist or oral surgeon as cancer has to be excluded by insignia lord excision all biopsies. ...Read more

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25 male dont smoke/drink.For 2 years I have a 3 millimeter hard white bump inside lower lip. Hasnt grown.Woried its cancer.Would it have grown by now?

25 male dont smoke/drink.For 2 years I have a 3 millimeter hard white bump inside lower lip. Hasnt grown.Woried its cancer.Would it have grown by now?

Not cancer: Lesions in the mucosa of the mouth that are malignant grow, ulcerate and spread to nodal tissue in the neck. A firm nodule in the mucosal layer of the lip would probably be derived from minor salivary gland tissue and if stable would be a benign condition. Should it enlarge,excision is simple. ...Read more