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Swollen Lips

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 15, 2006
  • 00:49 AM

May Lips Are Completely Swollen, Cracking, & Having A Oozing Moisture. I Have Been To The Doctor Twice. I Have Been Told It Is A Bacteria Infection, Then An Allergic Reaction. I Do Get Eczema From Time To Time But Never On My Lips. I Am Going To The Emergency Room Today Because I Have Been Swollen For A Week, And No One Has Givin Me The Proper Medication.

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  • my lips have been swollen for a few days as well. i was wondering if maybe my lip gloss was the cause.. i'm throwing it away in hopes that my lips will go down and back to normal. i should add that ur symptoms sound a lot like mine and blistex keeps me from scratching em' off..
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  • No matter what is the reason behind a swollen lip, a fat lip can be embarrassing and painful. You can go for over the counter medicines or prescribed medicines to treat swollen lips....Here are top 10 ways to get rid of a Swollen Lips Fast. Cold CompressesHot CompressesTurmericAloe VeraBaking SodaBlack Tea BagSaltTea Tree OilThese home remedies work really fast to get rid of swollen lips and you can easily try them at home.
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    • October 30, 2013
    • 08:47 AM
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  • By swollen lips it means abnormal enlargement of the lips which is very noticeable. The swelling mainly happens from some kind of trauma to the soft tissue of the lip. Some of the reasons behind swollen lips are extreme climatic conditions, dryness, nutritional deficiencies, viral infection, some kind of injury or cut, dehydration, insect bite, allergic reaction to a food substance, use of wrong lip care products and so on.
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