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Pierced lower lip, gum itching, bump on lip, swelling. Used peroxide on wound. Treatment?

Hi so i had my lower lip pierced for about 2 years now...and i didnt have it on for like about 5 months or so then i recently put it on again but i kept playing with like pull with my teeth like 3 weeks after i had put it on and also my gum started itching to scratched it my nail then then like 5 days later i get a bump on top of my lip same side as the lip ring and its itchy so bite it a lil then after it got a bit swollen so i put peroxide the brown bottle liquid that helps with wounds and burn so i put sum on and it starts to bubble and it turns white and the nex day its more swollen so i guess i made worse what happened?? How to i fix it?? And was it really my lip piercing that did this??
Asked On : Sat, 1 Sep 2012
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
Do not use peroxide on that place.
It will create burning sensation because that place was to sensative and peroxide use was harmfull..
You should wash or clean with worm water and apply any antiseptic cream twice in a day for 5 days.
Answered: Mon, 7 Oct 2013
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