There Is A Lump On The Lip But It Doesn’t Hurt?
hello, last week my mouth ulcer, when it almost healed my mouth ulcer was bitten and bleeding, then a few days later I was bitten again and the next day I was also bitten, after more than a week my lips didn’t hurt but became a lump and black, I don’t know the name of the disease , guess what the name of the disease is and how to treat it?
Hi Wandyalfian .. Thank you for the question.
Lumps in the lip area can be caused by:
Mucocele - fluid-filled sac that forms as a result of a blockage in the salivary gland ducts. The cause can be due to: repeated bites, irritation of the mouth area, trauma. Mucoceles can get better on their own, but some can persist or get bigger. Canker sores, malignancy Herpes labialis / herpes on the lips If the lumps on your lips persist, are enlarged, or you feel discomfort it is better to see a doctor. The doctor will carry out further examinations and if deemed necessary it can be referred to a specialist in other fields that are more appropriate. Meanwhile, what you can do is: Avoid biting the lips, be careful when eating to avoid excessive friction, avoid touching the lump, avoid trying to break the lump.
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