A few days ago I've started to get a double buzz, and I don't see any visual damage on my lips. They feel smooth and in good playing condition. I had a small flake come up from my bottom lip last week, and yes I am guilty of biting it off and destroying my bottom lip basically. But for the rest of that day till now it FEELS like the outer layer of skin that is supposed to vibrate just peeled off. I've had situations like this before and the lip heals with good water and some chap stick. It's been 3 days and right now, my lips feel very smooth and I'm keeping my self hydrated. I think if my lips needed to repair that outer layer of skin I would notice it because my bottom lip would get a little flaky in the middle of regrowing back the skin. So I don't think I literally did wipe out that outer layer of skin. The problem is when I play, I start to get a double buzz as soon as I feel the slightest fatigue. Normally when I am fatigue and my lips have been absolutely rigged and destroyed, I just get a nasty tone...no double buzz. In the staff, the c is where the buzz starts to happen. Normally I don't get a double buzz unless I am very very very tired and trying to just hurt my mouth, so getting a double buzz after a short song and a warm up is very strange. I can't find the problem! ..Worst part is I got a very important performance tomorrow. I know all I can do now is just pray and drink water. Leave some suggestions or personal experiences below for me, because I feel like first chair is the last thing I deserve to be after tomorrow.