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Small lump inside lower lip, bleeding with white fluid on poking, healed, later another lump on same spot. Permanent remedy?

Hi, I have a small lump inside my lower lip from past 03 months...after getting irritated I poked it with hot needle and lots of blood and white fluid came out...after this it got healed up but suddenly after few days another lump came on the same area of pea size....and now its like it vanishing and coming back again..Please help me know if I need to remove this lump.
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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Dec 2013
it seems form your query that you have developed with recurrent pyogenic granuloma which is a collection of the blood at the local site. Sometimes if it small enough then it resolves by itself but if it is slightly larger then it must be cauterized by simple electro-cautery or radio-frequency.
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