You have to post a picture but from what your questions states, sounds like OVER fertilization. No plant needs 'heavy nitrogen' and depending on the age of your lemon tree you certainly want lower N percentage in relation to the P and K! I've seen tiny little lemon tree twigs producing lemons. Nitrogen will produce lots of foliage and little, malformed reproductive growth (lemons). To fertilize again in one month is way too much. You can easily kill a plant with just a little too much fertilizer.
Baby plants should not be fertilized until they get their 3rd or 4th set of leaves!
Send pictures, the formulation of both the fertilizers you used, what micro nutrients are included with both, how much you used, the size of the pot and what kind of soil you are using. What type of water are you using? How often you water and how much water at a time? This could be a problem with high salts from tap water, too little iron...sounds to me too much fertilizer but this is just a lame guess. What environment? Indoors, outdoors, how BIG OF A POT are you using.
Tiny little seedlings/plants need tiny little pots. A big pot will cause root rot, too much water that can't be siphoned, drained or sucked up by the plant whose roots only occupy a small chunk of soil. I hope you are using potting soil...