Numbness around Lips?

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If you experience numbness around your lips, there are several things that can cause this that range from mild to serious. Numbness in the lips is called paresthesia and usually is caused by something affecting sensory nerves in the lips. Exposure to the cold, side effects of medication, and mild allergic reactions can cause lips to feel numb. Neuropathy or nerve damage may be a cause of the condition. Lip numbness can be a symptom of a life-threatening condition and if other symptoms including wheezing and difficulty breathing are present, you should seek medical help immediately.
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