Itching On The Skin Next To The Lips?

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So, like this, some time ago I had a chance to kiss my PCR. I know he’s a cleaner. but after a few days, the skin next to the right lip is red, and sometimes itching. if you keep scratching, your skin will turn red. Let me ask, Is it dangerous? if I kiss again again, will it be possible to get the disease? Thanks.

1 Answer:

Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. The conditions that you are experiencing, can occur related or not to the history of kissing that you have ever done, including:

Oral herpes infections

Allergic response
Skin irritation
Fungal infections


So because the cause is unclear, we advise you to avoid kissing first. See the progress in the next few days or even weeks, whether the condition is improving or worsening, and whether there is a recurrence. If it worsens or recurs, check with your dermatologist and genital doctor for further history and physical examination. The handling you will receive later depends on the results of this inspection.


In the meantime, don't scratch the area, keep the mouth and body area clean overall, don't share personal items, and avoid smoking. So, hopefully answering your question.

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