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Painless tiny red bumps on the lips - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Practicing since : 2004
Answered : 40 Questions
User :   hello?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I Help you
User :   what type of doctor do you happen to be?
Doctor :   General Physician..
User :   ok this is my concern
Doctor :   I believe I can help you within my expertise and If required I shall recommend a specialist.
User :   when i work up yesturday morning I notice something different on my upper lip. they are smallll tinnny red little bumps , they are painless, they are not open...almost looks asif its a rash
Doctor :   ok..
User :   you cannot tell if u were to look at my lip
User :   its like as if its my lip color
Doctor :   ok..
User :   what do you think this possibly could be?
Doctor :   Angular Stomatosis..
User :   and they are flatter than if i were to rub my tongue over my upper lips i could fill them
User :   what is "angular stomatosis"
Doctor :   Usually due to Vitamin Deficiency..
Doctor :   The Name of your condition.. since that is the most common one..
Doctor :   i Would go with it..
User :   so how would these go away?
Doctor :   Vit B
Doctor :   Certainly they would go away on their Own..
User :   do I take the vitamin E. or apply it on my lips?
Doctor :   use a moisturizer use every morning and night
Doctor :   Apply it on theLips..
User :   so take vitamin B. but apply vitamin E on my lips?
User :   correct?
Doctor :   You would not Need supplements a since they would go away on their own..
Doctor :   Just the Moisturizer and the Vit E cream..
User :   ok. now if these bumps were painful and open and a diff. color that is when I would worry
User :   but your guess is angular stomatus
Doctor :   Please fill this form I send, done. By when i can type the Necessary information..
Doctor :   In that case it would be a different condition and requiring further management with Drugs and Pills..
Doctor :   Use cleansers. a cleanser that is oil-free and antibacterial in nature.
Doctor :   All fruits, veggies (no potatoes, peas, corn), nuts and seeds (no cashews or peanuts) and protein (fish, chicken, eggs) They will take care of the necessary Vitamins that you need..
Doctor :   Are you there?
User :   ok and last question
User :   thank you but my last question
Doctor :   Tell Me.
User :   is is this normal or does this occur with age? Because This never happen to me before? and what is the time frame for when they will vanish?
Doctor :   Its very Normal and would go away in a weeks time completely..
Doctor :   Since the skin changes occur quickly but takje Time go go away..
User :   Oh ok
User :   should i be worried ?
Doctor :   No not necessarily..
Doctor :   It would go away Take plenty of water..
Doctor :   and Apply Moisturizers..
Doctor :   will That be it..
User :   Thank You for your time
User :   I appreciate it
Doctor :   Bye for now..
Doctor :   Tell Me.
Doctor :   Is there Any thing Else taht You would need..
Doctor :   Are you there..
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