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Lower lip swollen, growing pimple under the lip, sudden pain in eyes. Reasons ?

my lower lip is swollen. two days ago i had a small pimple under the lip. it was hurting there and my lower lip is getting bigger n bigger. swelling also started like 2 days ago as a very small swelling. now it hurts when i eat or just all the time. I m getting sudden pain in my eye also; both in my left side; I slipped on mud and I got a wound in my left arm also; but it seems to be getting better, still there is some white stuff on the wound.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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Your symptoms reveal that you have a bacterial infection which has produced pain and swelling. I suggest you to go to your doctor so that he will start you on appropriate antibiotic. Face is considered rs a danger zone as far as infections are concerned as the infection may get into the brain if neglected. Hence I request to listen to my advice and start on a broad spectrum antibiotic.
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