EVERYTHING IS WRONG. do not listen to them. i had this exact same thing. you have an abcess in your lip. it hurts and burns terrible. i just am now recovering from this. it occurs with an infection that can take years to identify, i went into all sorts of treatments. luckily for me, i had a pimple that has popped, after 24 hrs of me popping that my bottom lip began to swell in portions first left then right, then both. if you dnt have a pimple its going to really hurt. you have to cut a part of your lip where swelling is occured and pop it like a pimple and it takes forever to completely get it all out. its a terrible feeling, you then need to notify your doctor and let her know that you have an abcess and you need antibotics, stay on those but make sure you pop it. theres alot of blood and really think puss that comes out. ask your doctor if draining is the best method for you, i personally drained it through my pimple by myself and felt immediate relief in swollen and tenderness. STAY ON ANTIBOTICS so this doesnt spreadView Thread
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