Lip splitting

Introduction

Introduction

The cleft lip is called "lip dry crack", which is often a symptom of vitamin B1 (also known as riboflavin) deficiency and yin deficiency. And the effects of zinc deficiency, dryness, infection and other factors.

Those with dry upper lip are large intestine lesions, often accompanied by symptoms such as bad breath, rash, and ear and nose. At this time, in addition to paying attention to heat and fire, you can apply honey to your lips to correct the splitting. Because honey is a natural moisturizer, it has a good affinity with the skin mucosa, and the moisturizing ingredients are suitable for protecting the lips.

Pathogen

Cause

Mouth splitting is mostly due to the lack of vitamin B1 (also known as riboflavin) and yin deficiency. Those with dry upper lip are large intestine lesions, often accompanied by symptoms such as bad breath, rash, and ear and nose. At this time, in addition to paying attention to heat and reduce fire. Also pay attention to the possibility of dry weather, spicy stimulation and other reasons, as well as the effects of zinc deficiency, allergic effects, eczema and other factors should be noted.

Examine

an examination

Related inspection

Oral endoscopic oral red blood cells

Lip splitting can be caused by yin deficiency and fire, and can also occur due to bacterial infection. When a bacterial infection occurs, it is usually accompanied by abscess, fever, mucous membrane congestion and the like. Therefore, when the cleft lip is split, attention should be paid to the right medicine.

When the lips are cleft, there are some cracks in the lips. In severe cases, even the blood sees out. When checking, you should pay attention to whether other diseases, such as dehydration, inflammation of the lips, etc., can also occur.

Diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

When the lips are cleft, there are some cracks in the lips. In severe cases, even the blood sees out. When checking, you should pay attention to whether other diseases, such as dehydration, inflammation of the lips, etc., can also occur.

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