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Red flaky patches on upper and lower lips, keeps recurring. Any cure ?

I am living in SHARJAH U.A.E. I have got read patches on the upper and lower lips . After few days white layer of skin comes out.It has been occurring since 2010. I consulted doctors for a long time. Whenever I use medicine it goes,but after three to four weeks it comes up again.I am totally fade up ,lost all hope of curing this. I was advised not to use lipstick but once or twice I have used it.I need your immediate advice. Regards, AAAAA(Female,age 50 years)
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
thanks for your query
what you have is known as angular chelitis .
it may be due to many reason but most common due to candidial infection or dryness
you need to apply anti fungal and moisturizer cream twice a day
avoid lip licking
better to consult dermatologist
immune system play major role in this condition ,so better to do some blood test to identify immune deficiency
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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