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Twitching of the facial muscles. ECG, X-ray and blood tests normal. Waiting for MRI results. Need to be concerned?

three days back i had a kind of twitching in the right side of my facial muscles and then i fainted....there is some kind of uneasiness on the right side of my face but not painful...i have done all tests including ecg, usg nad x ray and blood tests ..all are normal ...the mri scan and eeg scan reports are yet to come .... what could be my problem?
Asked On : Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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You likely had a Seizure. More details about the event from an eye witness would help decide more conclusively. The MRI scan will help ascertain whether there are any serious cause for the seizure like a tumour. Many a times it could be normal.

If this is your first episode, medications may be deferred if the MRI & the EEG turns out to be normal. Your treating doctor will help you make that choice.

Hope this helps.
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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