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Chapped lips, red blisters, funny sensation in mouth after eating. Cause of concern?

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 funny or chapped. I looked at them and the inside of my bottom lip has what appeared to be 4-5 small, red blisters on them. My upper lip - on the both the right and left side has a long 1/4 inch blood , blister. You can not see anything from the outside. It isn t painful - just feels funny. It has been about 90 minutes and there is not change. Should I just watch and see if anything gets worse?
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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The cheese burger must be tasty enough to lick the lips with the tongue. Yes most mucosal damages in the oral cavity just go unnoticed unless your much sensitive tongue tastes / finds it. The blisters would hve appeared much earlier. The reasons can be multiple and simple.

Just watch it for 24 hours and your tongue would not find it again.
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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