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Sunburn, swollen and discolored bottom lip, sore on lip. What could it be?

Hi recently my lips got sunburned, and I had little spot in my lip that had a hard time healin sue to my braces and myself...I hav a ba habit of chewing on my lip. My upper lip finally started healing from the sunburn and is peeling, but my bottom lip looks swollen and a little discolored an I woke up with a Beth tiny sore on my lip. I ve only ever had one partner , my husband. I ve never had this problem before till I was badly sunburned. What could it be?
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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Hi sunburn .swollen lips can be discoid lupus erythematous.DLE is auto immunological disorder where discoid rash can be present on both lips.crusting of lower lip can be diagonsed by proteinuria and anti ds dna .it can be cured by atarax 25 mg .antibiotic and a short course of wysolone starting from 30 mg and tapered slowly to 10 mg within 15 days.application of calamine lotion in the morning and flutibact ointment in the night
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