Hi! Today for lunch I ate a cheeseburger (from XXXX with special sauce, lettuce and a tomato on it). I also had fries and drank diet coke from a can. Within 5 minutes of finishing my lunch I was walking to my car and the inside of my lips felt...
I work with aspecial needs chold. Parent claims she has so many allergies and gluten problem.I do not think she was tested by an md we think it is a holistic doctor. She only drinks a little bit of apple juice at lunch. She takes 2 bites of her...
I woke up yesterday morning with dry lips which felt extremely chapped but would normally come off easily in the shower and lips would be fine after moisturizing. I rubbed my lips gently in the shower but it felt painful after which lead me to...
hi i am a 27 year old female and i have had severley chappedlips for about 7 months. i have tried everything on them - vaseline, carmex, blistex, honey etc and nothing helps. they constantly are peeling ...
I often wake in the morning with swollen lips followed by severe chappedlips. What could be causing this?
Chappedlips can start with the swelling of the affected area. Chappedlips occur in persons who are very sensitive to the changes in climate especially to the cold weather.
Chapped skin shows your constitutional peculiarity and can be cured with Homoeopathic constitutional treatment. Get back to me:Dr. C. J. Varghese, Homoeopath, firstname.lastname@example.org, +91 9447019733
is chappedlips a normal occurrence during a menstrual cycle?
dependon body if your body structure is weak the menses drain blood from body caususing dryness in any area
use plenty of fluids
my lips were burning for a day, the next day I noticed this little brown spot on my lower lip. I go very close to the mirror and its like a little hole or cut
Either you are having chappedlips or there was a boil at that site that has brust.
Mostly its the second case, and in that case, nothing to worry about, it will heal.
Dr. Ashish Verma
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