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Are oral mucoceles on the lower lip associated with early signs of HIV?

No. It just isn't. You're almost a grown man now, and it's time that you get a yearly HIV check like a responsible guy should. But these little lip cysts aren't a problem. Read more...
No. They have nothing to do with HIV. Have yourself tested if you are concerned. Read more...
No. Usually caused by trauma blocking duct of minor salivary gland. Two suggestions. 1) See an Oral Surgeon for Rx and to discuss your concerns. 2) Use protection. Read more...

Hi dr I got a mucocele in my lip inside my mouth after having a protected sex, is it HIV Symptom? I got a negative HIV rapid test at 4 weeks

No. This is a bengin accumulation of mucous, usually referred to as a mucous retention cyct: no relation to HIV disease. Read more...
Mucocele. It is a blocked minor salivary gland,not caused by infection,a fairly common ailment,if bothersome,can be removed. Read more...
Not HIV. Nope. And you don't get HIV from protected sex. Why would you think otherwise? Read more...
No. It's a mucocele, period. Have your Dentist examine the lesion to make sure you have diagnosed it correctly. And protected sex prevents HIV. Read more...

Can a oral mucocele be a sign of hiv? 2 weeks ago I shook hands with a lady and I had a small cut on my hand from a couple days before. It was still bleeding a little. Do not know if she had any cuts. Yesterday I found a oral mucocele on my inner lip. I

No. A microcell is not viral in origin. It's caused when a minor salivary gland duct becomes injured or blocked. See your Dentist for Rx. Read more...
Unlikely. Typically mucoceles associated with a blocked minor salivary duct typically from some type of traumatic or chemical injury to the tissue in the oral cavity. This blockage allows an accumulation of salivary fluid that normally would be placed into the mouth to collect in the tissue instead. If it persists, I would have it examined by your dentist to be sure. Read more...