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My lower left lip on my face started quivering. Would this be a side effect of medicine ?

This morning I started having a quivering lower lip on my face . Could this be a medication side effect or something more serious. My lower left lip on my face started quivering this morning. I take genertic prozac for depression , anxiety and ticks . Also, I m taking allegra for allergies. I also have FMD= Fibermuscluar Disease in my family. My father has it. Would this be a side effect of meds or a symptom of FMD?? Please help..Thanks
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jul 2011
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This drug is known to be associated with facial tics like your lip tremors. FMD has no direct relationship in causing this. You will need to discuss with your Neurologist/Psychiatrist if they are disturbing or getting worse as medical attention should rule put your tic problem as well and may need different medication. Avoid caffeine, smoking, alcohol.
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