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Why Do I Have Blisters On My Lips
Several things: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more
I have a couple small clear bubbles or blisters on my lips that do not hurt at all. I can't even feel them. Could it be herpes?
Maybe: In general herpes is very painful. However, it varies depending on the stage that you notice them. At the vesicular stage or bubbles, they may not hurt as much but when they turn into blisters, they are very painful as the nerve endings are exposed. If they are already blistering and still non-painful, they are probably not herpes but another infections or condition altogether. ...Read more
I have been getting these water blisters on my lips for years now. I know they aren't cold sores because they aren't contagious. I need a solution!?
I have blisters on my lips and the next day my lips were swollen and threw up blood. What could be wrong?
See your doctor: You should have your lesion evaluated in person by your doctor, so he/she can take a biopsy (or remove it completely) if needed. ...Read more
I am getting blisters on my lips for about 8 months, every week I get a new one. I am using cortizone (hydrocortisone) every day and it helps some times. What can I d?
Dental prep: Do your lips itch or burn? This is an essential piece of information to begin a discussion. Having said that, I would first scrutinize any substance you used on your mouth ranging from toothpaste, mouthwash etc. Do note that the reaction may not occur until 24-72 hrs after contact. If problem persists and especially if associated with itching consult an allergist ...Read more
Blisters from?: The best medicine to use depends on what caused the blisters. I suggest you see you primary provider for evaluation and recommendation of best treatment. ...Read more
I keep getting tiny fluid filled blisters inside lips. They are painless and usually go away within a day or two. What could they be?
Aphthae: Don't worry. Not due to food or stress. Not infection. Nothing you need to do. You will reach a time when they will stop. Remember the last time you saw a celebrity begging for donations to the national aphthous stomatitis society? Right. Nobody has money for research into the cause or treatment of it. We know very little about it. Remember that when someone wants to sell you a magic cure for it. ...Read more
There are some small blisters on my upper lips. They are more like small circles with a dent in the center with a darker color. What are those?
I have had a blister in lower inner lips since 2 weeks. Its clear then turns whitish then next day clear and shrinks. Comes back next day. No pain?
I have like super bad chapped lips and recently they started blistering. Is this the same thing. My girlfriend is worried if she kisses me she will ge?
Allergy or Infection: There are many etiologies for lip blisters. Herpes simplex labialis affects many individuals and is due to a recurrent virus infection. It may be induced by stress, sunlight, and an underlying illness. Other causes include an allergy to a cosmetic ingredient. Systemic medications can also be associated with lip blisters. ...Read more
Avoid pressure: You are putting too much pressure on you lips. As a trumpet player I can tell you that you should not press the instrument mouthpiece too hard onto your lips. With time and practice you will be able to avoid this problem. ...Read more
Great blood supply: The good news is that area has fantastic blood supply and so healing occurs rapidly. Inflammation (red, hot, tender swelling) is the body increasing the blood flow to the injury to bring healing factors to the area and veins expand to carry bad stuff away. Lip balms are all essentially similar and so there is no magic balm. Avoid further trauma to the area. Let nature take it's course. ...Read more
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. Many causes. ...Read more