A 64-year-old female asked:
I had brain surgery last march they got over 50% of the mengimoa tumor and cut the trilgemial nerve which left my right face numb. now it's a lot numb?
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Neurosurgery 35 years experience
Numbness: The trigeminal nerve is the main nerve for sensation or feeling in the face. So if that nerve was damaged, you will have numbness or tingling as a result. This may be permanent. But if there has been a CHANGE in your symptoms, see your doctor.
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Last updated Feb 24, 2015
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