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    Burning lips sensation, irrated tongue, please help
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    An_250910 posted:
    Today is Friday, last Friday I performed oral on a gentleman and shortly after my mouth felt irritated. I have just started experiencing symptoms that may be related to that irritation. Now, my lips are swollen and are burning, My tongue tingles, starting to feel swollen as well. I examined my lips and the inner part have tiny spots lining it. My mouth is dry as well and discolored due to the process. No visible sores but the burning sensation is getting sensitive.
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    elle0317 responded:
    We all have those tiny sposts lining our lips. If you are concerned you may picked up an STD, go get tested. We cannot diagnose you over an internet chat room.


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