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Within one week these symptons occured: tingle in gums, inside lips, numb left side of lips, red raw looking line inside lips on top and bottom. left eye blury lips swell, face swell This happened to me. Then a week later, to my husband. Then a few days later it is beginning to happen to my son. Each of us have experienced similar, yet different. My husbands eye hurt, blurred, turned very red. I took Benadryl once I started swelling.
Not sure if this will help but I suffer from migraine and the first thing I feel,before the headache starts, is my lips going numb or tingling.The fact that your eyes water as well could be a certain type of migraine.Might be worth looking in to.Cath278.
I'm 39 years old. My lips have been feeling a litte numb for the last few days. This morning I woke up with swollen lips and they still feel numb. I'm also very dizzy and have a sore throat. I've felt dizzy before, but it normally just last for a few seconds or minutes, but today this has been going on for hours. I've never had my lips tingle or swollen before. I"m very concerned.
There was one week when I kept biting the same place on my lip. It would have hurt more if it weren't numb! Yeah, numb lips suck. When my lips are numb, not only do I have trouble talking without slurring, but I also drool! And when I take a drink, water runs out that side of my mouth.
  It was annoying not really any pain was almost numb feeling but i still had control of all movement and kinda felt like a tingle and it would come and go through out the day. I went to the Dr they said it was probably nothing. So after I went to the Dr a few weeks passed and I didnt feel it anymore I figured good it was probably stress that I didnt know I had or it was sinus issues not that i thought i had any sinus problems.
Hello. I am a 40-year-old female. I woke about 10 days ago with numb lips. They were gone the next day but came back a few days later and have been near constant for about six days. The numbness moves around in my lips and also it moves around to various parts of my face. In my face, it's not full-on numbness, but more a stiff feeling, which comes and goes. It extends to the ears, the forehead, and to the chin.
I kind of have the same thing except when I cry/laugh really hard my lips fingers, legs and arms tingle. Also when I work our hard my nose, upper and bottom lip tingle. I am only 21 so to me this is really strange and uncommon. It doesn't seem healthy....
Lip on the right is starting to tingle mainly when I rub it and then my tongue tingles. The lips and jaw are not numb. My ears still feel blocked at times. So far no migranes or ear aches. Finding it hard to chew on the right but food just burns my tongue anyway. Left side of tongue is fine so I can taste but it's all a duller sensation. Working with this condition is tough but I'm shift work. Big test is next week, working 5 days in a row at call centre.
I believe it started from using a medicated chap stick which made my lips feel numb at first, then chapped from the inside, tiny bumps, then burning, then weeping. Allergic reaction, I think? Ibuprofen and the triple-antibiotic seems to help with the uncomfortable pain.
Treatment of Fordyce spots includes CO2 laser or electro desiccation, TCA chemical peels(temporary treatment),diathermy or laser vaporization. For your dry lips, avoid licking the lips as saliva evaporates quickly resulting in them being drier than before. Drink plenty of water and take multivitamin supplements(esp vit B) and do not apply lipstick or other cosmetic products for some days. Use a humidifier to moisturize the air in your home and apply shea butter or Vaseline on your lips.
Anyway, I went to the doctor this morning and she said swelling like this (tongue, lips) is called angiodema. She said if I continue to expose myself to this allergen (whatever it may be) the next stage could be anaphylaxis. I'm really scared. I have 2 little kids and I'm terrified of something happening. I can't avoid the allergen if I don't know what it is.:( Please help.
Similiar thing happened to me awhile back. Started with my lips going numb then was the left side of my face. I went to the ER and they all freaked ruling out a stroke, so maybe you should go check it out!! Better to be safe than sorry. BTW it wasnt a stroke, they had no clue!
2/3 mins after my heart rate has calmed a little the fingers on my right hand tingle and go numb as do my lips! Worst of all I cant talk properly and its not because of the tingly lips, I cant form proper words and have to talk so slowly I feel like I'm talking to a 2 year old child! Sometimes I end up vomitting other times I just need to lay down and sleep in a dark room. Can anyone offer any help?
I too felt some sort of relief that only I knew that I had a numb chin and lips. The tingling does seem to indicate that the nerve is tryng to knit together again as I have definitely felt an improvement over the past few days so feel fairly optimistic that it will correct itself almost entirely. I have tried gently massaging my chin when I shower and although it may not be much help it feels as if I am doing something to improve things!
For many years neuropathy has existed in my feet, toes and ankles. I would describe my stiff ankles as "wooden". The toes tingle the worse late afternoon and night. Six months ago I began to feel numbness extending up my leg to my knees. Most days I feel as if I'm walking on too sticks keeping me slightly off balance. Not tingling in the legs just a sense of heaviness and fluid building up. I take neurontin and diuretics for hypertension.
At first they start to tingle and almost go numb, then they start to puff up a little and get red and start hurting, then for days later they become dry and chapped and peel. I just learned not to use the flavored chapstick or carmex because those dry it out more, but can anyone help with the causes and some solutions I can use while I'm on holiday until I can get back to my doctor.
Now the pain is gone and now I feel sensation on my left lips. I can feel it and I can see it in the mirror as well. Initially it was something like once every 1 hour, now it is there every 15 min or so. I tried to ignore it but now i can't. Please advise. Can this be anything serious??
I am worried April 2010 I got this strang sensation by my right temple and a little above into my head. It was annoying not really any pain was almost numb feeling but i still had control of all movement and kinda felt like a tingle and it would come and go through out the day. I went to the Dr they said it was probably nothing.
I have a question, I had a migraine 4 days ago, the next day I had tingling in the face and my lips were numb, my blood pressure was all over over the place. then day 2 the same thing and dizzyness, so today i called the dr. and they told me to go to the ER. Does anyone know what could cause this? could this be from cutting down the xanax too fast? Or an allergic reaction? Or something to do with the migraine, or even my nerves? I am very worried at this point.
I made it to the car and when I got there things got worse my hands and feet started tingleing my lips too and my heart started beating really fase and I was sure I was having a heart attack so I called the aid car. They arrivied and gave me oxygen because I was hyperventilating and asked me how I was feeling and asked me if I wanted to sit there with them for awhile but I kept feelign worse so they took me to the ER and I was shaking and terrified when I arrived there.
I have been having numbness of my left arm for some time now, a few months off and on. It feels like the arm is asleep, that tingle/numb sensation you get. I had an MRI done of the brain about 1-2 years ago so not sure if I should go in again. My lips felt numb today at work for no reason in addition to my arm. I am 41, female and do have existing conditions related to my smoking. Copd, High bp, among other things. Not sure if I should see a doctor about this or not. Nothing else seems wrong.
Lately when it goes black my left arm starts to tingle along with my face and sometimes they will go numb. Mostly my lips will go numb. I've had an annoying twitch in my right eye for quite some time, but I don't know if that's related. I will also get very weak for a moment and then my heart beat goes crazy. I'm planning on going to the doctor soon, but was looking into getting answers now.
I either go between super congested and can't breath or super dry sinuses and it hurts to breath. I do not think I'm getting enough oxygen because my lips, tongue, and/or face will tingle and feel numb. I'm getting little to no sleep. My doctors know all of this and I no longer know what to do. Any suggestions?
The other possibility is because cheese contains a lot of fat, her body is not able to utilise this properly and her sugar levels are getting too high. I am OK with most cheese, but I am allergic to goats cheese. It makes my lips and mouth tingle and numb. I suggest you take your daughter to the doctor and explain what has been happening so that the doctor can make sure she is not diabetic or has any other problem other than having an allergic reaction to cheese.
Hi I was wondering if anyone else experiences this odd sensation that I've had a few times over the last month. I can feel an itch or tingle on my face but when I go to touch it my hand has gone to completely the wrong area of my face, like below or above the area or even the wrong side of my face! It's like the wiring has got mixed up and sends my hand to the wrong place. Told you it was weird!
Whenever I exercise, or play sports--anything physical--the night after, some part of me will become numb or tingle. The first day I went out to play, I took soccer free-kicks for about 2 hours to get my kick back. The morning after I woke up with my right foot numb. After about 2 weeks, it went away. What triggered it going away was stretching. HOWEVER, this is not it. A couple of weeks after that, I slowly decided to ignore that numbness and go out again.
Whenever I exercise, or play sports--anything physical--the night after, some part of me will become numb or tingle. The first day I went out to play, I took soccer free-kicks for about 2 hours to get my kick back. The morning after I woke up with my right foot numb. After about 2 weeks, it went away. What triggered it going away was stretching. HOWEVER, this is not it. A couple of weeks after that, I slowly decided to ignore that numbness and go out again.
Then, three years ago at Christmas I had what seemed like a anxiety attack which caused my right side lips, tongue and gums to tingle strongly and feel like they were numb, but no drooping or slurred speech. On doctor recommendation went to emergency room, CT scan showed something in head, thought it was stroke. Admitted to stroke unit, whole host of cardiovascular testing done, which came back unremarkable. Released the next day as tingle and numbness were slowly resolving.
This is very embarrassing, but I'm very concerned. I am a 19 year old male. My girlfriend was performing oral sex on me while I was laying down. I had been lying down for a while when all of a sudden my entire body went numb and "tingly" as if my whole body was 'asleep' (like your arm is when you lay on it). It wasn't normal, but it had happened once before when I would be lying down for a while and she would be doing the same act.
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