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Swollen lower lip. Have psoriasis. Can change of toothpaste cause this?

For the past month, I wake up in the morning with a swollen lower lip , and the tissue inside my lips is sore, like how they felt when I first got braces and the brackets had rubbed the skin away. I do have psoriasis , and I ve heard that auto-immune diseases can contribute to this. I m not on any medication or taking multi-vitamins. To the best of my knowledge, I have no food/environmental allergies. The only change I ve made is that I switched toothpastes. Any reason for this painful swelling?
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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now newerstudies says psorosis is chronic inflamation by foods like milk wheat potato chana or daily use of items in food
your chang of toothpaste triggered this inflamation
so get back to old paste
i havetreated many pts like this
by withrawl of milk and diary as the ar animal proteins causing and trgering psoriasis
ithdraw milk and diary completey
get blood serum test for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato chana and rice or other common foodwithdraw and get cured
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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