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What is causing a swollen red spot on my lip?

red spot on lip, for a month now, thought it was a cold sore ..still here .lip part of top right kinds swollen still march 1 swollen top right part of lip (woke up that way, no tingle or burn b4) march 4 and 5 ..swollen gone down but lips still red red area on lip, never went aay, lip is not the same size as the other half ..... doctor thinks its an allergy issue but it bothers me from time to time.... tingle, so does tipof tongue and sometimes chin tingles or burns
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
these are food allergies
and foods can also cause gi reflux leading to more problems
you can take antiallergics tab fexofenadine 120 mg od
antacid gel tds
apply triamsolone mouth gel tds in lip before every meal
lot of warm water and no oily greesy and spicy food
can go for tests to fing the cause if trobling again and again
Answered: Wed, 12 Jun 2013
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