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Old 04-15-2012, 09:29 AM   #1
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numb lips and tongue. anyone familiar with this?

it doesnt happen alot. it happens every once in awhile. out of nowhere my lips and tip of my tongue will go numb.. anyone else been threw this or can tell me the cause of it?

 
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Re: numb lips and tongue. anyone familiar with this?

This hasn't happened to me, but I wonder if you're possibly having an allergic reaction to something you're eating. Lots of people are allergic to citrus fruits like oranges. Do you notice the numbness after eating the same thing that gave you the numbness before??

 
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Re: numb lips and tongue. anyone familiar with this?

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it doesnt happen alot. it happens every once in awhile. out of nowhere my lips and tip of my tongue will go numb.. anyone else been threw this or can tell me the cause of it?
It could be a sign of an allergic reaction to something you ate within the last 30-60 minutes. You might want to keep track how often this happens and what you had eaten recently. You can develop food allergies even though you have eaten that particular food item for years.

 
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