My husband, age 75, often wakes up in the morning with a very swollen upper or lower lip. It takes about 24 hours for it to go down. Yesterday, during the day, his lower lip began to swell and before that went down, his upper lip started to swell. It is even difficult for him to eat and he looks horrible. The only thing I could think of to do is put ice on his lips, but, like a child, he won't leave it on long enough to so any good. He is a stroke survivor and is on numerous medications, but none of these have changed over a number of years. He has no food allergies.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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