Treat Black Bumps On The Lips That Have Been Chronic?
Good afternoon … I want to ask my wife there is a blood clot in the lips and that happens when she is still in elementary school how big is she now, only 2 years are a bit crazy and have become people’s attention … How can I still cure it and how do I the drugs besides surgery … Thanks before
Hello Al Luckman, thank you for asking.
First, it must be clarified first, how do you know that the disorder is a blood clot, has your wife been diagnosed by a doctor before? Where is the abnormality, outer lips or inner lips? Is there pain or itching? What is the shape of the disorder? Blood clots as you know are blood coming out of blood vessels due to tears in blood vessels, which then undergo a clotting process. Normally a blood clot will be absorbed by the body's tissues, so that it will eventually disappear. The loss of blood clots certainly requires a variety of times, depending on the amount of clots. However, the possibility of blood clots persisting for decades seems very small.
You did not describe the form of the abnormality, so we have to feel to give advice. Not closed that abnormalities that look blackish like blood clots, is a hyperpigmentation. Hyperpigmentation occurs when there is a buildup of melanin, a dye that gives color to the skin, hair and eyes. The cause is not entirely clear, but it might be caused by UV exposure, repeated allergies, or recurrent infections. This condition can sometimes widen, but generally not dangerous.
Another possibility is a tumor on the skin or the lip mucosa. The reason might be exposure to UV rays, exposure to chemicals, exposure to pollution, and so on.
You should bring your wife for a consultation with a dermatologist. The doctor must see and assess directly the skin disorders. It is possible that the doctor will need additional investigations such as skin scrapings or skin biopsy. Meanwhile, your wife does not need to take special action. The action depends on the doctor's findings during the examination. If it is not suspected of being dangerous, maybe the doctor does not recommend taking action. Thus our answer, hopefully it can be useful. Regards.