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    pregnany tumor??
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    bdeem23 posted:
    hi everyone, i am 39 wks and i have had this bump on my lip for over a month, i thought i was just a blood blister(because thats what it looks like) i have asked the docs about it calling it that a blood blister and they say it looks like its healing. but it is not going away, so i did some searching and found what is called a PYOGENTIC GRANULOMA in other words a "pregnancy tumor" the pic looks like what is on my lip and at times it just bleeds and bleeds!! it is really drving me crazy and i just want it to go away!!!!! has anyone one else heard of this or had one and if so what did you do about it? i go back to the doc tomorrow and im going to ask her about this pregnancy tumor!


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