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    Tingling Cheeks
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    larita_white posted:
    I have already had Bell's Palsy prior but in the past two days my cheeks have been tingling for no apparent reason. Do any one have a suggestion as to why? Do you think that I could be relapsing for another episode?? I'm trying to be a little proactive before something major happens.
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    atti_editor responded:
    Hi larita_white,

    If you are still experiencing tingling in your cheeks I suggest you make an appointment to be seen by your doctor. While this could be another episode of Bell's Palsy , there are a number of other conditions that could be the cause. Only a diagnosis from a medical professional can pinpoint exactly what it is. I hope that you are feeling better!

    Best wishes,
    Atti


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