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Treatment for eye twitching - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   I have had a twitch in my right for 4 days, i have been told it could be trapped nerve tiredness (but i have slept quite a bit now) what can i do to ease not stop it?
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   right?
User :   can you please advice me what to do
Doctor :   Which right part?
User :   my eye twitching, how can i stop or ease it?
Doctor :   Eye twitching has no major clinical significance
Doctor :   to worry about
Doctor :   It has no cure as per the symptom wise
Doctor :   Since there are certain conditions which can aggravagte the twitching
Doctor :   one has to rule out
Doctor :   stress, lack of sleep, yes pinched nerve, caffeine
Doctor :   Vit def, fatigue all are causes
Doctor :   The way that it can be stopped is only by Botox injection by a doctor to the nerve
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