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Whats going on? (HELP!)

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Well as you can see from the pictures above something exploded on my lip. :cry:

I'm not really sure if its a pimple, cold sore, or boil. I would love to go to the derm but they wont schedule my appointment until 3 months from now.

These bumps appeared when I was at school, and they started off as a small bump on my upper and lower lip. They are extremely itchy and painful. My Lips look deformed ughh :(

I tried icing them for an hour and applying 3 different coldsore creams.

But no success. Im starting to get these bumps on other parts of my face too. I dont know what to do any advice?

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ouch. I once turned into Angelina Jolie's lips (but not in a good way, they were weeping and painful) from a new chapstick. I have highly sensitive lips and can't use 90% of most lip balms. If I use chapstick, blistex or every burt's bees product EXCEPT for the pomegranate oil one, my lips do what yours did. Did you start anything new?

The craptastic thing is that once my lips freak out, it takes 2 weeks til they are back to normal. And one tiny KISS on my SO's lips if she's used the "wrong" lip balm can set me off. Ugh!

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ouch. I once turned into Angelina Jolie's lips (but not in a good way, they were weeping and painful) from a new chapstick. I have highly sensitive lips and can't use 90% of most lip balms. If I use chapstick, blistex or every burt's bees product EXCEPT for the pomegranate oil one, my lips do what yours did. Did you start anything new?

The craptastic thing is that once my lips freak out, it takes 2 weeks til they are back to normal. And one tiny KISS on my SO's lips if she's used the "wrong" lip balm can set me off. Ugh!

My lips arent usually sensitive but they are extremely dry. Could this be what caused them to blister?

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If they turn into blisters then they very well may be cold sores.

Have you been using a new toothpaste or chapstick?

I havent changed anything...but I have been having a cold for over a week. Could that be a reason why I'm getting these strange blisters?

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