Yeah, I went 2 solid weeks with the tip of my nose tingling and sometimes going numb. Paresthesia at work! Check out the health page on "Paresthesias - Things that go Buzz in the Night" (or words to that effect). Sometimes I get a tingly shocky buzz to my upper lip, too.
Have you been dx'd with MS? My answer was based on not seeing it on your profile. If you have MS then yes, I agree it could be from the MS. My nose and lips were at one time totally numb and it began with tingling.
No I have not been dx'd with Ms. I have my third nero appt January 10th with a new dr, My family dr said I am having weird symptoms. That is all she said, no one tell me much. I dont do much at my job so I sit here all day and look stuff up which is not good, I drive myself crazy!
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