Actually, I am researching on behalf of a friend. She is presenting with intermittent facial swelling. At times the area between her lip and nose swells, other times it will her check or even near her parotid gland. She does notice a tingling sensation at the onset of each episode, but no pain or redness is really associated. She has tried to link her habits, (medications, food and such) but there has been no obvious allergic trigger. She is very frustraited at this point as there are no doctors that seem to have an answer. Are there any others out there that have encountered such symptoms?:confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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