One can experience numb lips for a number of reasons, such as exposure to cold temperatures or as a result of a mild allergic reaction, according to Heathgrades. Some prescription medicines may also cause numbness in the... More »

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Numbness in your nose may be a condition called Raynaud's phenomenon. This is a condition where blood flow to your fingers, toes, ears or nose is restricted or interrupted, according to Healthline. More »

Medicine intake, lack of movement for a long period, insect bites and unusual vitamin levels are some of the common causes of numbness and tingling in a particular part of the body, states Healthline. Persistent numbness... More »

Sudden swelling of the lips is a common symptom of angioedema, an allergic reaction that is believed to be triggered by eating shellfish, exposure to animal dander and ingestion of certain medications, according to Medli... More »

Lip discoloration is caused by a number of factors including anemia, cyanosis, melasma, too much sun exposure, consumption of excessively hot food, high intake of caffeine, licking and biting of lips, vitamin B deficienc... More »

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Though there are a number of different conditions that can cause them, small, raised skin bumps often appear as a result of a hereditary disease, an allergic reaction, infection or acne, according to Healthline. Some oth... More »

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Cracked fingers and dry hands can be caused by a number of reasons including environmental factors such as cold weather, frequent hand washing and exposure to chemicals that dry the skin. Since exposure of the hands and ... More »