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Numb upper lip, had GERD and tinnitus. Used new face cream. Cause?

I have woken a few mornings lately with a numb upper left lip ( to my nose ) it last about 30 ish minutes . I sleep sat up most nights as I had Gerds for a while . I also suffer from Tinittus which is a little loader at the moment . The numb lip is a little worrying . I had new face cream i had been using , which for a few weeks which I thought had been making my upper lip tingle when I used it , so the numb lip may have been gradually getting worse over a few weeks that I hadn t noticed . What would cause the numbness ?
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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unfortunately we cannot tell you the cause right away
i would suggest the following tests
you may let us know the results of the tests and then maybe we can help you better
the tests are
complete hemogram
vit B12 levels
folate levels
x ray cervical spine ap and lat
mri brain. with contrast

best of luck
Answered: Fri, 27 Dec 2013
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