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Lupus nasal ulcers and a little annoying bump in the nose by Lupus Adventurer Posted Tue 18 Jun 2013 9:00pm Over the past few weeks, a running series of little nuisance lupus symptoms suddenly took an unexpected turn.  Lupus mouth and nasal ulcers are often the first sign of a brewing flare  These ulcers often last as long as the flare. The ulcers usually go away quickly if I can take prompt enough flare-evading steps.  Once erupted, pesky oral a ... Read on »
How Luxurious Can Nude Lips Be? Too Faced Lip of Luxury Review by kajalcouture Posted Thu 28 Oct 2010 3:29pm In my constant quest for the perfect lipstick, I came across the Too Faced Lip of Luxury line of lipsticks. These lipsticks claim to be champagne-infused, creamy, shiny lipcolors that help smoothen the appearance of fine lines in the lips. This lipstick had me at hello the shiny diamond-like stone on the top of the lipstick cap: The shade I tri ... Read on »
Watch and Read This Winter by Dr. Rakesh Kumar Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 5:22pm HYPERTENSION {headaches and/or dizziness and/or fatigue and/or facial flushing and/or transient insomnia and/or feeling hot and/or heart attack (acute intense pain in the chest and/or abnormal heart beat and/or difficulty breathing and/or sweating unnaturally and/or numbness and/or dizziness and/or vomiting), stroke (SUDDEN numbness or weakness of ... Read on »
Bump on the Lip by Lian Patient Expert Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 11:07pm 8 Comments A couple of months ago, K developed this bump on her lip that just wouldn't go away. At first, we thought it was an ulcer developing (or what our American counterparts would call a canker sore). But like I said, it just wouldn't go away. Finally had a doctor friend check it out and he said it was a polyp . It can be due to lip biting or ... Read on »
Kitty acne and other unsightlies: Eosinophilic ulcers and plaques in cats by Dr. Patty Khuly Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 5:03pm One of our technicians brought in her unhappy kitty named Gizmo last week. Gizzie had been pawing and scratching his chin raw. Beyond the common chin acne some cats can get, this feline patient sported an abundance of bleeding pustules beyond the pallor of the standard blackheads and pimples we often see secondary to ingrown hairs (all that chin ... Read on »
Aphthous Ulcers (Canker Sores) by Dr. Dean Brandon Posted Thu 03 Sep 2009 11:27am 1 Comment Ulcers in the mouth are quite common especially in children and young adults. Probably the most common is the Aphthous Ulcer otherwise known as a canker sore. We really don't know what causes them, but stress of various kinds can bring them on. Even if small they are quite uncomfortable. They tend to occur on the soft mucosa inside the lips or ... Read on »
Lupus and Botox for Vertical Lip Lines by AlexanderRivkinMD Patient Expert Posted Sat 06 Jun 2009 12:04am Might take you a week to answer..LOL here goes: 1.My father had Lupus, found out at his death bed. autoimmune disease, I could possibly inherit it. So I know Collagen is out! 2. Im RH Neg blood, Does this matter? 3.Im allergic to Pennicillin terribly.. 4.When I had my wisdom teeth removed back 20 yrs ago, I developed 1 cys ... Read on »
Kim's progress by thepinkribbonshop Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 12:00am I need to post more often, because I can't keep everything that's happening in my head for too long! As mentioned in my last post, I was started on an oral chemotherapy agent called Xeloda a few weeks ago. Two weeks on, two weeks off. Even though Dr. Green seemed very thorough about what to expect as far as side effects, I forgot to ask her ... Read on »
From the Lips of Children by livingfree Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm Today is a very special day for several reasons. First of all, it is my blog's one year anniversary! Secondly, I have a give away for you! But, I think the most important reason is because of a little girl I want to introduce you to. I have been thinking a lot the last couple of weeks about how blogging has benefited my gluten free living SO m ... Read on »
Winterizing Your Skin Care Routine: Part 2 – Face and Lip Care by Maria U. Posted Thu 05 Jan 2012 6:11pm     Changes in the environment during the winter months can cause our skin to become more dehydrated and our skin type can also change and become drier. For example, oily skin can become combination skin, combination skin can become dry skin and dry skin can become even more dry. So, start by re-assessing your skin type and adapt ... Read on »