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    Default Recurring blister ? ulcers on DD's lip

    My DD 3.10 has been getting recurring blisters or ulcers on her lip for the last couple of months. Does anyone know what these could be? Pictures aren't the best.1413110434233.jpg1413110434233.jpg

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    They look a bit like cold sores??

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    Definitely look like cold sores.. poor little thing

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    That's what I thought at first but a pharmacist said they looked more like an ulcer from trauma, since then they have kept recurring though 😞

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    I would say its a cold sore. I get them and they are horrible. Try to make sure she doesnt touch it too much.

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    Looks like a cold sore to me. Talk to the pharmacist about lysine for her, and get her a sunscreen lip balm. Other triggers can be salty food and chocolate.

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    If it is a coldsore the best tip the chemist gave me was to continually put normal lip balm on it (I just used paw paw cream) when I had mine and it kept the sore down and was the best treatment I have ever used. Dont know how easy that would be to do on a little one

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