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Obese, had numbness on cheeks, tongue, palate after eating cookie, relief with Benadryl. Cause?

My daughter experienced numbness to both her cheeks, her tongue & the roof of her mouth after eating a cookie. The numbness started about 5 minutes later. She is 33yrs & is obese? She took some Benedryl & it took approx. 2 hrs to go away.
Asked On : Sun, 11 Mar 2012
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Hi her problem is not cookies, plz tell me is she regularly take banadryl syrup. Plz revert me with her weight andvif possible get her T3 T4 and TSH done. Bye wnd take care
Answered: Sun, 1 Apr 2012
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