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Lip swelling that resolved, was in white. Why are they in mouth now?

Hi I developed a fever almost year ago,during medication I faced lip sweling problem which resolved in a week. Then I noticed some small white dots on my lips .After that I went for extraction of tooth . Almost one and half months back I noticed small white pimples inside my chcheek(within mouth) and went for dental checkup and doctor said that its nothing other than food allergy but its not going away. Can you plz guide me about the probleM? regards, FR
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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Thanks for writing to us.

The dots or pimple like lesion which appeared on lips and cheek may be of aphthous ulcer ,which is recurrent in nature.

Avoid allergic spicy foods.

Discontinue the habit of tobacco or betel but chewing.

Corticosteroids as well as vitamin b-complex has to be administered usually in such cases.

Take nutritious diet,including fruits and vegetables.

Hope this helps.

Answered: Wed, 28 Aug 2013
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