Ok for over a year now i have these tiny little white bumps on the corner of one side of my mouth that has the area and surrounding area red, because my body is reacting to what ever they are. Now i think its a form of HPV i did put my mouth somewhere when i should not have and the other person had warts (i did not know until afterward)
To be technical about it, the area thats infected right now, at the time i had a small cut there, so it was an open wound to be exact, a few days later what looked like a wart appeared there which took about 3-4 weeks to go away, but the redness had never gone away not even now and this was September 2010.
If i stretch the skin i can see tiny little bumps, smaller than 1mil. I have went to the doctors, and dermatologist endless time but they basically think im over reacting and said that this is angular cheilitis... which its not, thats basically just a way for them to get rid of me because they dont know what to tell me!
Im not over reacting because i have to cover this up with mascara everyday because it looks like a constant cold sore otherwise and that is very depressing, and id like to point out im a bloke. I even went as far as getting a razor blade and try to cut these things out but they are so freakin small i cant get them out, just leaves the corner of my mouth a mess which turns into an actual cold sore because of the infection i cause.
If i knew what these were i could do something about them, they are too small to burn/freeze off like you would for normal warts, when i cut a few of them away before they just came back again, but the never spread they just stay in that spot. I do have what appears to be fordycle spots all the way across the top of my lip too.
stop with the mascara? mascara didnt cause these so why, im using basic toothpaste. Its not just a coincidence that i got these straight after i slept with someone who had hpv, if its not hpv why are they tiny little bumps that i can get rid of that cause my body to react to them and make the area red all the time?
I dont put my hands near them, the only time i did was when i tied to get rid of them
Its also only on one corner of my mouth, cheilitis is usually on both sides? And another thing is cheilitis is supposed to be caused by an iron deficiency, there is no way i have an iron deficiency with the diet im on or have been on, id like to believe that but its not true
Bro, I had the exact same condition in 2011. I was using iv cocaine(which I have cleaned up from for 6 months now!) I developed the same white thangys on my left side of my lips. Pick em out, they come back 2wice as bad...right?...well, this is a morgellons type reaction to using cocaine. The little white egg like things form in little dots all across the top lip in 'U' like shapes. I would pick them out with razors and the like as well. They go away when you stop using cocaine. I think that it's possible to see these things because the cocaine reacts with the morgellons pathogen and we can really see what is going on with our bodies. I had some zany stuff going on brother, if you want to talk, give me an email...***@**** hope you are doing better.
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