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Had stuffy nose. Mild pain in cheeks and jaws. Help

Hi Doc. Two days before I had couple of beers from 2:00PM to 11:30PM with my friends and drove back home safely.In the morning I had stuffy nose and on clearing I found clotted blood coming out of my nose.During shower I tried to clear my nose but to my ill fate I heard a tiny bubble burst sound close to my left lower eye lid and as saw in the mirror my eye started swelling like boxers eye.I visited Eye/ ENT specialists and was prescribed eye drops and pills. Since then I am experiencing less sensation in my right shoulder ,facing difficulty to move my arm freely and lift weights and even mild pain in the left cheek bone and numbness in surrounding area,left upper jaw and close to left ear.Please advise any tests and specialist to be consulted.Regards.B.P
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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hello there thanks for consulting at hcm.. plz take an opinine by a neurologist asap,,and further investigation like ct,,since ur complaining of less sensation, numbness in upper jaw,, u could also consult oral maxillofacial surgeon after ur consultation with neurologist... hope t helps,.. take care
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