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Constant facial twitching

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, bpm is anywhere from 22 up to 30. Does show signs of awareness ie...when talking to patient has facial twitches, tries to open eyes(opens to small slits). Pupils slow in reacting.Longest eyes open 48min ...

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Hi Doctor, I am having facial twitching on my left side of face over the last 4 days. It never ... twitching in mirror. Is it something to worry about. ...

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and my life. Now I have uncontrollable facial movements and twixs. Im so ashamed I just stay at home. Can ...

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according to your decision. When I am talking, I wont be able to control my facial muscles . This keeps ... & sometimes on the left keeps twitching which wont allow me to have a control while speaking. Sometimes ...

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facial ticks when I feel tension or clear my mind to sleep ...

Public Forum Discussions

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my daughter has facial twitches and is constantly pushing back her hair. I was wondering if this could be related to drug abuse. She had a problem with oxycodone a couple of years ago & I m worried she ...

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I recently have experienced a sudden severe headache lasting several days, feel constantly fatigued, involuntary facial twitching beginning at the ends and continuing down to the mouth, and now I seem to have ...

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recently developed twitching in the muscles under my eyes. For about two years I have been seeing a neuro for benign fasciculation syndrome (twitching all over my body, mostly my calves). Could the facial twitching ...

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Hi I am a 40 year old female I have twitching on left side of my face right above the corner of my ... it disturbs my smile, this is noticeable to other people. How can I stop this twitching, please help ...

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Hi Dr.Samuel, my name is Steve. I m 21 years old this year. Currently, i m a college student. I m not a very active man. A few days ago, my facial muscle near the chin area start to twitch involuntarily ...

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I have had eye twitches on and off for about 3 weeks.... Previous to that I have had twitches in my temple area. For the past week I have had facial numbness/ tingling . It is driving me crazy. I have been ...

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there. I am getting some relief but involves me havving to constantly click my jaw, to the point here my facial muscles are aching- its almost become like a twitch of the facial muscles at this point. I ve been ...

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33 year old female, 5 5 178 pounds. 3 weeks ago, felt finally suddenly felt like everything was going dark. Left eye felt strained. Walked like I was drunk due to poor balance. Lasted about 4 hours. 2 days later had an eye infection so thought...

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numbness and suttle pain and tingling .... To random muscle movements in body and body and facial twitching ...

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I have had facial/neck numbness since around 1 a.m., along with twitching of my fingers on the same ... speech, no facial drooping or paralysis. What could this be? ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

Hi, Most likely you are having benign fasciculations which can be present even in normal individual.It is commonly seen in anxiety and fatigue states. Take anxiolytic drugs e.g.clonazepam (0.5 mg). Regards Dr. T.K. Biswas M.D. Mumbai

doctor1 MD

it can be twitching of facial muscle a habit disorder. ablepharospasm like ticks.

doctor1 MD

That is very unusual. Take multivitamin supplements. Ignore the twitching and try to focus your mind elsewhere. If it twitches non stop, please see a neurologist.