Lump in lower lip

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I have a little lump in my lower lip that has been there for several months. It kind of hurts and feels tingly when I press on it but is not visible. I have convinced myself that it is scar tissue left over from cold sores. I frequently get cold sores, generally in the same location on my lip, which is where this bump is. Does this sound like a reasonable explanation?
As far as I can remember I have had a lump on the top/inside of my lower lip because I was a lip chewer. Just recently I have noticed another lump next to it with a kind of tail like extension off it. It doesn't hurt but I do think its getting bigger. I'm going to the doctor because I am so worried, but until then does anyone have any suggestions??
I have a lump on the inside of my lower lip. It is hard and blue in color. I can't recall biting or otherwise injuring it, although it may be possible. It doesn't seem to be going away and it has been there for a good couple of weeks. I have a dental appt coming up in about a month. Should I wait to have my dentist look at it or should I seek medical attention sooner?
For the past several years, I have had a small lump inside my lower lip that feels just slightly smaller than a BB. No increase in size - no pain. Im trying to figure out what this may be and if I should be concerned enough to have it removed.
i got punched in the lip about a month ago and ever since then i had this lump in my lip, its hard and white you can only see it when my lip is flexed otherwise not noticable. It doesnt move around its not ichy or anything. I just dont like the fact that i can feel it there. Is there any way to treat it, or will it go away on its own, or is it permanent ..
Other possibilities are that it could be a small cyst, hematoma, mucocele (if present on the inside of lower lip) or a benign growth of the lips. If the lump is painless and not changing in size, all these possibilities need to be evaluated. It is very difficult to confirm anything without an external examination. Get it seen by a dermatologist. I sincerely hope it helps. Take care and best regards!
what kind of docter should i see if i have a bump in my inner lower lip? This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/243326'>Lump on the inside of my lower lip ??</a>.
Hi all :) For the past 2 years I've had a blue lump/ball in my lower lip. If I end up biting/touching it, it get's much bigger. I was just wondering what this bump could be.
Hi. I recently discovered a pea sized lump on the lower left vagina lip. According to other sites this could be a cyst and that I should drink paracetamol tablets for the pain it helps for a while then it hurts again . But in the last 2 days it has grown into the size of a grape and is extremely painful when sitting down or trying to walk around. I haven't had sex in like a year or masturbate so I can't be sexual. What is it ? And what should I be doing about it ?
I was bitten on my lower lip by a ex girlfriend but she bite me so hard. My lip hurt and then It healed but inside my lip stayed blood and it dried and became like purple in color. It looks like a little ball. Its been years I had it and has not gone. I want to get it removed. I think openning the lip and removing it should work. I want to know where should i go to have it done?
Hey guys well yesterday I had this encounter with a sex worker (received handjob, licked her nipples for ~1 sec, kissed her near her collar bone (where the neck meets shoulder) ) When I got home I found out my gum was slightly swollen (and it bled at night but anyway) this afternoon, I had this bump/lump on my lower lip i just sort of suddenly felt it. It isn't painful or red it sort of blends in with the colour of the lip.
Hello, This lump can be a small cyst, hematoma, mucocele (if present on the inside of lower lip) or a benign growth of the lips. Since the lump is painless and not changing in size, all these possibilities need to be evaluated. However sudden swelling of the lips is usually due to angioedema or allergic reaction. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
14days ago i noticed a small lump on my lower-inner lip. then 5-6 days later it turned into a little white point and lump went away. however next day there i saw a bigger lump about 4-5mm. i went to a doctor wednesday,5 days ago, he gave me "combicid 750mg" for 5 days. 5-6 hours ago i took my last antibiotic and the lump is still there didnt disappeared yet. on the left bottom of the lump, there is a little lump too like a little balloon with 1mm transparent like white-bluish.
I had to get stitches in my lower lip and wires in my mouth. After the removal of my stitches, I have bumpy like tissue on the bottom left portion of my lip. My doctor told me to use lip chap and massage the lumpy tissue, but it isn't working. Its very noticable, so could you please help me find a solution to getting rid of it?
I have the anemia under control, but sometimes if my lips are chapped and the skin is thick I have a tendency to peel it off and moisturize. Well last summer I noticed after peeling the skin there was a little knot in the flesh of the lip. Well I peeled it again and again until it became a surface bump/knot/red mole ( don't really know what to call it, it looks like a mole just pink in color).
about 2 months ago,i had a phone threw at my mouth,my upper and lower lip knocked against my teeth,causing it to swell up with a slice showing a bit of white as it healed..i did not need stitches,but now my right upper lip has a wee ball of hardness that hangs down slightly,and the same on my lower lip bumping up the way. how could i correct this or how long will it take to heal.
Hello, This lump can be a small cyst, hematoma, mucocele (if present on the inside of lower lip) or a benign growth of the lips. Since the lump is painless and not changing in size, all these possibilities need to be evaluated. 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.
I have a small, below the skin, small lump on the lower lip line where the line meets my skin. it's not noticable, but i can feel it with my tounge. i constantly pick at it until it becomes a sore. it heals in a few days and we are back where i started. i smoke but "occasionally" maybe a pack a week. i am a sun worshiper. is this a cyst or possibly lip cancer? This discussion is related to <a href='http://www.medhelp.org/posts/show/244044'>LIP PIMPLE</a>.
I have had a lump on my top lip for 9 days. It is not open, is not a blister and has not been crusty but is tender. It is not a cold sore because I have had one before. I am 46 years old and a non-smoker and non-drinker. I am worried it may be cancerous.
All of them disappeared completely in a matter of a couple days. I've had this sore type thing on my lower lip for over a year (?) and I had always assumed that the warts had spread and that it was just one of them (and would go away eventually). But now I'm not so sure... The "wart" is barely visible on the surface - just looks like a slightly lighter white circle. Not even noticeable to the general public.
Hello, This lump can be a small cyst, hematoma, mucocele (if present on the inside of lower lip) or a benign growth of the lips. Since the lump is painless and not changing in size, all these possibilities need to be evaluated. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your dermatologist. I sincerely hope that helps.
Hi , I have recently got a little lump formation on my lower lip. I had it for few months now and is very awkwardly visible when I smile or even talk. This has no sensation, no pain nothing at all except that it gets a little more visible soemtimes. I have my wedding being planned in 2 months and want to get rid of it asap. Please advise on what can be done with it.
Hello, This lump can be a small cyst, hematoma, mucocele (if present on the inside of lower lip) or a benign growth of the lips. Since the lump is painless and not changing in size, all these possibilities need to be evaluated. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your dermatologist. I sincerely hope that helps.
About 7 weeks ago, I was eating outside, when all of a sudden I felt my lower lip swell. At that very moment, there was a wasp buzzing around my face so I immediately thought it may have been a sting, even though it didn't hurt. It was only swollen to a small lump on one side, and looked a bit like a blood blister. It got slightly bigger throughout the day, but since then gets bigger and smaller in size, depending on whether I accidently bite it or not!
Hi Doc, I have a bump under my lower lip... it does not heart... what might be the cause of this bump?
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