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Why does the tip of my nose and my top lip go numb ?
Why does the tip of my nose and my top lip go numb at times I m a 38 year old woman. Im healthy. I don t drink, smoke or do drugs. Im not overweight . The only medication that Im on is Paxil 10mg daily. I have noticed that the tip of my nose and my t
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Twitching on top of forehead
I have a throbbing or twitching right at the top of my forehead at the hairline just to the right of the center of my head my right eye also twitches they are not pain full just troubling
Twitches in spine, neck, elbows, ankles and knees. What is wrong?
I have over the last 3 months developed several ticks sadly coinciding with the release of the popular brittish programme derek. I have no idea what they are or how to control them, I have twitchs in the base of my spine , top of my neck , my elbows, wrists, ankles and knees. I utter yeah from my...
Twitching eyelid, face and lip; ear blocking up. Reason?
My upper left eyelid has been twitching for 5 weeks. Some days the twitching seems worse than others. There s only been about 3 incidents where there was a twitching in other parts of my face, around my eye and by my lip. The only other symptom I am experiencing is my left ear blocks up from time...
Have twitching under eye, lower lip, numb lip, chin. What is cause?
I have had twitching under my left eye for approximately one week off and on and very occasional twitching in my right lower lip region and again this is lasted for about a week now. this morning my right lower lip and chin area are numb like I've just been to the dentist. there's no pain...
Swollen lower lip, no trauma, twitch in eye
Hello, Yesterday I woke up after working a night shift with the rise side of of lower lip swollen. The swelling had subsided by bedtime. This morning, I woke up with the right lower lip swollen which is now reading to the left lower lip. No obvious signs of trauma. No known allergies. Also...
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