have had a chapped upper lip for about 90 days or more. i have used every over the counter remedy there is....
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have had a chapped upper lip for about 90 days or more. i have used every over the counter remedy there is. i have to wear blistek or HL30 OR SOMETHING ALL THE TIME, DAY AND NIGHT. I HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THE HECK IS THE PROBLEM OR WHATELSE TO TRY. MY FRIEND HAD A PROBLEM AND TOLD ME ABOUT LYSINE, WHICH DID NOT DO ONE DARN THING, I ALSO TRIED HER PERSCRIPTION FOR ACYLOVIR 400MG TWICE A DAY ALSO NO CHANGE....... NO RECENT DENTAL WORK EITHER..... PLEASE AVISE.View Thread
need info on sinus that have gotten into my teeth i went to the dentist this week and my dentist told me about this and i have never heard of this before if you can give me any info i would appreicate it thank you.View Thread
I just noticed a bunch of tiny white bumps on my top lip. They are white, not clear, about the size of a pin point, and don't seem like they will erupt.
They are lined along the lip, right at the border of inside and outside, with more on the inner, wetter part, but some on the outer lip as well.
There are none on the lower lip.
There's no itching, maybe a slight burning, as if I have chapped lips.
Normally I probably wouldn't be very concerned, but my son has had recurring bouts of impetigo. It always seems to start with chapped lips, then the corners of his mouth, then beyond. He exacerbates it by dragging / wiping his sleeve across his mouth and cheek(s). He's had oral and topical prescriptions. He's at school, but when he gets home I'll check / ask if his "chapped" lips look(ed) like bumps.
Does this sound like the onset of impetigo, or, alternately, an underlying condition that could spread and become infected with impetigo-causing bacteria?
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when i close my mouth my teeth jitter and im not even cold. also i have a cough and when i drink water i feel...
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when i close my mouth my teeth jitter and im not even cold. also i have a cough and when i drink water i feel nautious for some reason. loss of appetite. and ive been having problems breathing for the past 2 weeks. doctors gave me pills and they are working so far. but im noticing more sypmtoms of something. i had blood taken and also ive been feeling tingly every where mostly on my left side and the top of my head though. the doctors also took x rays said there is nothing wrong with my heart nor lungs. so idk i need someones opionon on whats going on here. i have no pain anywhere. and if anything just moderate discomfort if anything. but no pain anywhere.View Thread
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