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My lips start quivering and i lose control of my mouth When i work out

My lips start quiviering and i lose controll of my mouth When i work out, or actually just do somethin overly physical that i havnt done in a while, my lips start quiviering and i lose controll of my actaully draws up and i look like im puckering my lips. i cant talk or move my mouth. it also makes my hands tingle and in some cases makes my hands curl up and i cant move them. i was in the air force and they did a nerve study and my nerve conduction was fine. they also did a brain scan and found nothing abnormal. but this honestly scares me. should i go to the hospital and get it checked out? it also gets difficult to breath
Asked On : Tue, 9 Nov 2010
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can you explain your problem more.. did you meet with any road traffic accident recently? had any severe infection? is your spasm associated with pain? if breathing problem occurs often please rush to nearest doctor.
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