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Tingling and numbness on tongue and lower lip, slapped by spouse. What should I do?

hi I am feeling tingling and numbness in the tip of the toungh and my lower lip and and some areas of thighs and head. I was slapped by my spouse 4 days back on my face which turned copletely right when he did that and feel my left head was painful for a day or so. now the new symptoms started...what should i do how do i approch the doc and what should i say.
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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Hi Dear thanks for your question,your having numbness on your lower lip and tip of tongue following a slap by your spouse on face,Dear this numbness could be due to trauma to your fascial nerve,the 7th cranial nerve,which supplies the face,and lies relatively superficial infront of ear.pain to head and thigh is also due to trauma to these parts.Consult some ENT surgeon ,and general surgeon for your symptoms and be honest in revealing you history,as 90% of diagnosis comes from history
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