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trembling and pain in left cheek while smiling and cheek goes higher than right one.?

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Dr. David Schleimer
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Stroke/virus/neuropa: When there is asymmetry to facial muscles one must rule out stroke. In addition, a viral infection affecting the facial nerve may be involved. Sometimes facial nerves can malfunction for no known reason (idiopathic facial neuropathy/myopathy). Your md, especially a neurologist would be of significant benefit to consult with. Good luck!
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