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White bumps at either side of my mouth, cannot drink anything.

hi. i noticed these white bumps at either side of my mouth (at the edge of the lips - the side closest to the skin ). they are really small and did not look like white heads, merely tiny white bumps. they grew to be very annoying so i tried popping them. as i did, they produced a hardish yellow product (pretty much like popping a zit, except the stuff werent runny, and it was yellow) however, one of the lumps i popped (which was basically on the lip), has developed into what looks like a very minor cold sore . now i dont think this is as they can only be caught. any help would be appreciated. many thanks
Asked On : Fri, 9 Jul 2010
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thanks for the query
looks like you have developed some kind of infection and the lumps are your body'd fighting mechanism against the infection and it is very wrong on your part to pop them without aseptic precautions.consult a doctor and get yourself evaluated at the earlisest.
take care.
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