What are the little white bumps on lips?

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The normal white bumps on the lips are called Fordyce Granules. They are sebaceous glands and are found on 80-95% of adults. If they are suddenly appearing they might be an allergic reaction the onset of oral herpes or possibly oral cancer.
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