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Re: Labial salivary glands biopsy / Update
 
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Published: 12 years ago
 
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Re: Labial salivary glands biopsy / Update


Hi,

> Well one doctor once said to me, 'how long did you bite
> your lips for' ? I said about 10 years so she said it could > take 10 years for them to go back to normal.

Personnaly, I admit that when I was a child, I have sometimes bitten my lip but it was not a habit.

I have just made the mistake to bite once my top lip and the injury was quite deep (5 mm). Then the upper lip starts immediately to peel has a result of trying to recover of this relative severe wound.


> I totally dismissed this but every year they get a bit
> better now I am not biting them and I mean red raw!.
> Leave alone as much as possible and moisturise.

I don't understand "and I mean red raw!"
Sorry for my poor english.

After 12 years and an apparent progress in the healing process (in depth not in area), I was surprised that leaving them alone during 3 weeks still leads to a massive crust building on both lip... And after that, indeed, the skin is red raw. No progress at all after leaving them alone. Just pain

 

 
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