went to the dentist and told him about my swollen lip, dont know why i have it, just come from no where..told the dentist,he told me that it was an allergic reaction to something i ate or took, he asked me what kinda toothpaste i used, i told him aquafresh, and crest, he told me to change my toothpaste, then he said it might also be cinnamon, so now i dont eat cinnamon,,,then i read someone saying it might be pop...so i stopped drinking pop..it helped a little bit, but still swellsso i thought it might be white bread cause of the yeast, so i dont eat bread, and i cut back on peanut butter also.....so when i figure it out i will give evryone a buzz back unless its old age symptoms,which in my case im not ready for it can just skip right over me and go elsewhere...i sure i hope i helped someone out there...so now i brush my teeth with listerine, it not the sam but it works, and i have to try to eat some kinda bread, and as for pop well i can live without that....but my lip still swells, but i will nail it on the head soon...View Thread
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