It is a white bump, or kind of feels like a little flap of skin, or a growth, on the inside of my lower lip. It has been there for I'm guessing 2 months. I does not hurt and it is not something you can pop. It has really started to concern me, because I thought it was probably nothing major and that it would just go away. I have made a doctors appointment, but it is not for a couple more weeks. In the meantime, I am really stressing out. I have included a picture, and it is not gross or anything. I know the picture isn't all that great, but it's the best I could do. I figured I would at least give you some idea of what it looks like. http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/138/0724121646.jpg/ Does anybody have any insight as to what this might be all about? Thank you very much!View Thread
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