Well, this hasn't happened before, so I'm a bit baffled by it. About half of the right side of my upper lip has swollen for absolutely no particular reason (at least none that I'm aware off) within about ten or so minutes. I don't have any medical conditions or allergies, I'm not on any medication, and I wasn't biting or sucking on it. It's kinda numb and feels like... well, like a lump. Makes my mouth look real lopsided because it's almost twice the size it should be. Anyone know what the heck caused it? Or how I can get rid of it quickly?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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