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Tongue numbness, dizziness. History of tumor removal

This evening while I was eating my tongue suddenly felt numb and I felt really dizzy. I tried to take a bite a couple of minutes later and the same thing happened. I feel fine now, but every time I try to drink my mouth goes numb and I feel really weird. The food is not different from what I usually eat, Chicken, potatoes, vegetables and red curry. I don t have any allergies. I m 18, 5 3 and 115 pounds. I generally live healthy and exercise several times a week but I have just started taking antidepressants. I also had a tumor removed from my spine last year, but it was so low that it didn t even affect my arms. I did become paralyzed for a while, but my recovery went well and I live normally now.
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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hi Piwi, as your past history suggest paralysis, spine tumor, with newly developed dizzy spell and numbness of mouth etc. immediately visit doctor and consult. It could be Bells Palsy?.
Answered: Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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