Bumps on lips inside mouth

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Hello, I have had little red bumps inside my lips.. theyve been there for a while now...maybe like 3 or 4 months... are these normal? my dotor suggested its because i bite my lip, but ive quit and they are still there... now i have a penile yeast infestion...would this have anything to do with it? also , the tip of my tounge is always red... is this oral fungus infection?
at first I thought I was just biting the inside of my mouth when I slept and that is why the inside of my lips felt so uneven and I kept biting the skin and small bumps off through out the day as a nervous habit...Is this herpe's? I thought cold sores were on the the outside of your lip not the inside...
It has only happened maybe like three or four times. But I will get little bumps on my lips. They will start in the corner of my lips and kind of go towards the middle. They are not really painful but it feels like I have bad chapped lips and I have to keep chap stick with me. I have been putting Vitamin E on my lips. It lasts for a little while goes away and I never know when it will happen again.
On the bottom Lip 75% of it (Mainly on the left and right and a tiny area of the middle of the lip was ok) was covered with a lighter colored red rash (the skin looked very raw and did not have the same texture as the normal skin of the outer lip) that went into the softer area of my lip inside my mouth. Same thing on the upper lip. Where the rash stoped there was a rough line outlining where my normal skin began again (that line was a brighter red color)..
When I took a closer look in the mirror, I noticed tiny clear bumps on my lips. Does anyone know what this is and what caused it? Also, how can I get it to go away?
After not liking it anymore I took it out. About a week later i had little clear bumps at the four corners of my inner lip inside my mouth that I can feel with my tounge. These bumps don hurt at all though. In addition, I can feel little bumpd under the skin of my lips inside the mouth as well.. please help..
Yesterday I sprayed some perfume on and a little got on my lips. I washed my mouth area with soap and water and I woke up this morning with tiny bumps on my lips.
But there are thin tiny oval shaped bumps that appeared just this morning on the upper lip on the right corner of my mouth. Im really worried they irritate a little bit and are easily popped just by pushing on it. They were filled with clear liquid. There was also two of them, if that helps both right next to each other.
This could be a reaction to a toothpaste, mouthwash, food - anything you are putting in your mouth. Herpes sores aren't typically on the inside of your mouth - maybe just inside the lips, but after your first outbreak, they aren't typically inside.
They don't look anything like cold sores as fall as I can tell, and I've never in my life had a cold sore near or on the lips. These little bumps occur primarily inside the lower lip, but inside cheeks as well. I've asked a doctor who took a quick look and said they were normal, but I'd like a second opinion. Thanks!!! Other details: I am sick with mono right now and have them, mouthwash tends to help the problem a little, and I occasionally bite/chew on my lower lip (where they are).
why do i have red spots with some white bumps inside my cheeks and in my hard palate, also my lips are so red from inside and they burn alot?
slightly a bit more relaxed, but still have much anxiety since I know I can't test for HSV for awhile. Yesterday I had soreness INSIDE my mouth on inside of cheek, under tongue and gums (felt like canker sores or like maybe I burned my mouth with hot coffee or something, but could not see any visible evidence, other than a bitten bottom lip). Soreness almost completely gone this morning. Currently: Minor but lingering scratchy throat for over a week now, and persistently dry/chapped lips.
To: Dr_Aparna Around two years ago I got this sore on the inside corner of my mouth. I thought I just bit it in my sleep. A few days later I noticed little clear bumps all over my lips. They itched slightly and they weeped. Now today I still get the bumps/ blisters. They might go away for a day or two when I put Viractin on them sometimes a week but they still come back.
There is about 20 very small barely noticable white bumps, but dozens of miniscule bumps on the inside upper lip when I stretch my lip out. In addition, I had some slight white discharge from my penis earlier today, at times my urine is a little cloudy. I have a very slight but vague sense of pain in my penis. Some background: I had a bad case of the flu about a month ago that kept me in bed an entire week and I have been very fatigued since then.
the bumps are really small and you can hardly see them but they are in lttle clusters on the inside of both my top and bottom lips.
Even herpes cannot be ruled out as it is spread through direct skin-to-skin contact during oral, genital, or anal sex with an infected partner.Moreover it presents as blisters on lips or on mouth. You may try calamine lotion on the bump.You should also maintain hygiene and try to keep the area clean and dry, wear loose-fitting cotton clothing. Also use an antibacterial soap or mild soap like dove.Avoid any kind of cosmetics.
It is usually inside the lower lip, under the tongue or the inside of mouth and caused mainly by biting the lips or trauma during eating of food. Usually it goes away on its own. But if it does not, then corticosteroid injections and surgical removal by scalpel or laser are done by a dermatologist. It then has to be differentiated from other mucocutaneous lesions also. I hope it helps. Take care and please do keep me posted in case you have any additional doubts. Kind regards.
From what I have read, oral herpes usually manifests outside the mouth, on the lips or on the tongue, throat. Is it possible for oral herpes to occur inside the mouth in the areas I describe? The other concern is that I have other children, especially one that has allergies and tends to rub his eyes alot. I'm more concerned about ocular herpes than anything else. What's the best way to prevent the spread especially to the eyes?
It is usually inside the lower lip, under the tongue or the inside of mouth and caused mainly by biting the lips or trauma during eating of food. Usually it goes away on its own. But if it does not, then corticosteroid injections and surgical removal by scalpel or laser are done by a dermatologist. It then has to be differentiated from other mucocutaneous lesions also.
By that I mean, if you go from the corner of the mouth on one side to the corner on the other, there's tiny white bumps most of the way across. However, they are mostly on the centerline of my lip. Most don't really show if you aren't looking for them because they are pressed against the other lip. Another thing that I have been noticing recently is that my lips, regardless of how much I put chapstick on them, seem to be going through a bit of a cycle.
My three year old son has developed multiple (about 10) tiny white bumps inside his lips, upper and lower, about a year ago he also had them only two and they developed into painful ulcers. I am sooo very concerned about what this might be, and why. Any thoughts, comments, previous encounters????
The bumps on the lips look like a lump that is under the skin. In fact, they're kind of hard to even see except that they are making the lips droop and crinkle in a weird way. When I run my finger down the lips, I feel them easily, and they are painful when I press on them (and painful when I don't now too). They look most like a large pimple that is under the skin. I forgot to mention that when I went to the doctor on Sept. 7, I only had 2 bumps on my vaginal lips.
Hello, From your symptoms it is not clear whether these bumps are present inside the lips or on corners of mouth. If they are present inside the lips then it can be due to mucocele. Mucocele is a rubbery, bubblelike painless swelling. It is usually inside the lower lip, under the tongue or the inside of mouth and caused mainly by biting the lips or trauma during eating of food.
There are some conditions in which one would get some bumps on the skin near the mouth. They can even get some bumps on the lips that are nothing majorly important. Given that the best thing to do is seek out your doctor for looking at this to have them tell you whats going on. Even if she has HSV-1 orally about 50% of the US adult population has it and typically get it during our childhood years. Nothing really major about the coldsores. My advice seek the assistance of your doctor.
A couple of weeks ago, I had three bumps on the outside of my vagina all in different places. They were all painless and i didnt notice them until I looked down there. they dissapeared within a couple of days . about two weeks later, i had one bump but this time it was on the inside of the lips of my vagina. i didnt notice that one either until i accidentaly brushed against it while bathing. My glands have been swollen but the doctor said it was because of a sinus infection.
-Continuing, I have recently started to notice some marks on my lips and small bumps on the oral mucosa, similiar to the ones seen in this picture (but without the discoloration and pigmentation of the tissue) http://www.pxe.org/virtpat/docs/graphics/lip.gif -The marks I only at first noticed on my lower lip and I dismissed them at first because about 8 days ago I had my teeth bleached and the dentist assistant splashed bleach on my gums and lips causing much burning and scabbing.
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