About twice a year - my top lip swells (not outwards) but downwards. My partner calls it my 'beak'. It feels tingly the day before nad over the next 2 days in swells down and will stay for about 2 whole days and then gradullay deflate back to normal. It doesn't hurt, blister or weep like a normal cold sore. And it always occurs on the top lip in the centre. I have noticed they happen within 2-3 months of each other. And then I'll be OK until the next year. It's quite ugly to look at and I'm very self conscious of it. Has anyone ideas on what tis is...?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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