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    Something on inside of lip
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    Demetrio184 posted:
    Hi, so i have this little like circle thing on the inside of my lip. it kinda looks like i prob cut my lip with my tooth maybe, but the thing is yellowish and hasnt gone away now, it been there since prob. monday i knoticed it. Any idea on what it can be?
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi Demetrio,


    We can't diagnose over the Internet, but maybe this slideshow of Top Mouth Problems In Your Mouth may point you in the right direction with some images.

    Hopefully that helps, and the community will chime in soon with their experiences and suggestions. Please let us know how you're doing and if you found out anything.


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