For the last two days, I've had this really weird feeling on my top lip, kind of numb spasms. I looked in the mirror and the right side of my top lip was pulled up slightly, and there was a little dent where one side was pulled toward the other, kind of rhythmically. It was pretty steady the first day; felt kind of like Elvis or something. :o)
The next day it was more intermittent, and then just pulled up on the whole right side.
Today it's relatively normal.
Do "normal" people get lip spasms? OK, has anyone else experienced anything like this?
i had the same thing happening to me.
the first time it happened my upper lip and lower eye lid was completely pulled up it was so scary that i called 911,eneded up in the emergency room and was released shortly after that . docs could not find anything wrong.Potassium and phosphorus low -normal as well as thyroid .
i have been seen by a neurologist who said it was stress .MRI and ct was normal .had 2 more episodes after that 5 mos. apart then 1 month and for the last 3 mos.i was fine ,exept for the twitching mostly lip and eye but also other body parts.
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