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What could it be if you have small red bumps covering both lips and they are not blisters but started out in one spot and quickly spread to cover both lips?

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2005-10-07 11:03:55
2005-10-07 11:03:55

This could be herpes simplex .... a cold sore. Try Zovirax and chat to your pharmacist. He/she ought to be able to diagnose whether it is a cold sore. The fact that it is spreading sounds to me like the herpes virus.

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