Why are my lips numb and tingly?

Answer

Your lips may be numb and tingly due to various reasons, including but not limited to, mineral deficiencies, hypoglycaemia, allergies, seafood poisoning and Raynaud's disease. Lip numbness and tingling arise from conditions affecting sensory nerves in the lips but not necessarily neurological diseases. It may also be caused by skin diseases but this is only on rare occasions.
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