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Re: Hypothesis of the Pathology and Healing Process of E.C.
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Re: Hypothesis of the Pathology and Healing Process of E.C.

Hey eritrean,
I have the ec problem atleast 19 yrs and as far as i remember in the first few years i peeled it every 3-5 days by force or by applying vasline and now it has been already few years as much as possible i dont use lip balms or vaseline but only when i have to meet with people during my lips crusts hanging like corn flakes, which means the vasline heLps me a little to straighten them with wetting them with water to their original place and ofcourse they will be up again with chewing or brushing, but other than this i leave the crust as much as it takes (max it takes 9-11 days), then, when i brush it falls by it self and if it is not loosen in one of the sides, i deattach it, that is what i have been doing, even if i wanted to keep the layer, it falls by mouth flushing, so I dont think that it is possible to keep the layer for long, besides my upper lip had been ok until last year but last year from OUT OF THE BLUE, with out showing dryness or anything it just started to be white skin tissues(the innner part where it begins to peel)SPECIALLY WHEN I GOT UP IN THE MORNING and when it is in contact with water it started becoming white and then started to peel as the bottom,SO, MY POINT IS, FOR ME IT LOOKS THAT SOMETHING IS NOT OK INSIDE THE BODY, IT IS NOT LIKE A WOUND PROBLEM AND YOU CAN NOT KEEP THE LAYER FOR MANY DAYS AND EVEN IF YOU CAN, THE CURRENT IN THE SAME CIRCUIT CONTINUES UNLESS THE ROOT CAUSE IS TREATED.

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