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Had an episode of bells palsy. Why does my head have a pressing feeling?

Hi, ive had an episode wit bells palsy witch is fine now and havent reoccured, though i have not recovered 100% physically and mentally from it, i try and keep positive. I have been worried about a strange pressing pain i get on an isolated spot on the left front top part of my head, it comes and goes but when it comes it feels like a pressure pain. What could be causing this? Also whenever i lay down and get up after a while it feels as though all the blood is sitting in my head ecspecially in my temples.
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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You are recovering from Bell's palsy what is the duration and how much is improvement in paralysis and what about symmetry of face ,can you eat,drink,and speak properly. Are you taking medicines for it and going for physiotherapy or nerve simulation for it.Sometimes due to involvement of facial neve such pain can occur which can be controlled by medicines,like analgesics ,neurovitamins,and drugs for neuropathy.See your neurologist keep positive attitude you will be normal soon.
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