The Lips Are Rough And The Brunts In One Section Have Been A Month?
Hello doctor, I want to ask. U003cbr u003I actually do not really understand what is happening to my lips.
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Lips that feel rough and swollen (bubbly) can arise due to many factors. If this condition occurs after you swim, then this complaint could arise related to skin irritation due to contact with chemical substances that are often added to swimming pool water (for example chlorine). Not only that, but irritated lips are also prone to itching, burning, swelling, peeling, or even a little discharge. This condition if not treated properly can spread to other lip areas, even to other parts of the skin around it.
Apart from irritation, the complaints on your lips can also arise due to other conditions, for example:
The habit of biting or sucking on the lips Angular cheilitis (inflammation of the skin of the lips due to a fungal infection, especially Candida sp.) Contact dermatitis Seborrheic dermatitis Impetigo Fungal infections, bacteria, viruses, or other microorganisms Drug eruption, etc. Considering that complaints have been present for 1 month, you should don't just let it go. Check with yourself directly to a doctor or dermatologist. It is feared that there will be a chronic inflammation or immune disorder in you which results in complaints that will not heal for a long time. If necessary, the doctor may take a part of the skin tissue sample that is experiencing complaints to be examined directly under a microscope to determine the type of cells that make up it.
In the meantime, what you should do is:
Keep your lips moist, namely by drinking more, not biting or exfoliating your lips, using lip balm, or applying honey at bedtime. Do not exfoliate the rough skin of the lips and breakouts. Reduce consumption of foods that are oily, spicy, and have the potential to cause irritation to the lips. first, excessive use of cosmetics around the lips Stop swimming in public places first Don't smoke Hope it helps ...
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah