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Possible causes of white bumps on upper lip - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hello?
Doctor :   How can i help you
User :   i have loadz of small white bumps on my upper lip
User :   they can be seen clearly when i stretch my lip out
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   since when is it there
User :   i just noticed them yesterday
Doctor :   do you have on tongue too?
User :   no not on my toungue
User :   they are very small
Doctor :   k
User :   almost un noticable
User :   till you look close
Doctor :   is it painful?
User :   no not at all
Doctor :   is there any numbness
User :   no
Doctor :   or tingling sensation
User :   no
Doctor :   Which country are you staying in?
User :   US
Doctor :   how is the climate right now?
Doctor :   hot and humid?
User :   well im on the east coast right now
User :   flew up a week ago
User :   it has been hot and humid here yes
User :   just the past few days
Doctor :   ya it can be due to the climatic conditions
Doctor :   and also possible of the kind of food u take
Doctor :   due to friction
Doctor :   or allergy
Doctor :   or infection

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