For several months now, my lining of my lips has been irritated.Dr. and Dentist seem to think it might be an allergy. No lesions or thrush or infection. Just constant burning sensation. Inner lips get red. Any input?
I have had burning and irritation of the inside of my top lips for 3 months now. i went to the dentist..she said the teeth and gums are healthy. I went to my family doctor. She said it may be a yeast infection and gave me Nystatin Swish and Swallow. I went though 2 bottles...no help. Then i went to an ear, nose and throat DR. last week. they did a food allergy test....I am not allergic to any foods. He gave me a prescription of "Magic Mouthwash" It has Nysyatin, Tetrcycline, Malox and licodaine. It make it feel good (numbs it) for about 15 minutes, then it's back to it's darn hurting annoying self. Anyone else have this problem?
my lips get irritated and a little swollen for two weeks. after that it goes away and comes back again each month. its annoying! chapstick doesnt help. vaseline helps a little but it just comes and goes. i dont have any allergies. i dont have any infections. it started in march this year, 2008.
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