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Pain in face after being knocked down by a bus previously. Solution?

when i was 11 years old i got a serious knock from a bus and landed on my face in the road and now it s been 6 years but my face hurts , like the bones close to my eyes feels like it s widening .. wat does dat mean? do i have facial injury and can i do a surgery to get the bones back in place because it s really not me , it s to wide . Plz help!
Asked On : Sun, 17 Feb 2013
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From your history the probability of the present symptoms being related to the old accident is less.

About the 'widening of facial bones' you need to get yourself examined by a general practitioner to confirm it.
If your facial features are really changing drastically you may have to get some blood tests done to rule out any hormonal impairments.
A surgical correction of facial features is possible but involves risks and should be decided only after confirming the diagnosis.
Answered: Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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