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Face Waxing Numbness
I hope U have: Already have seen a physician. If not make sure u do. ...Read more
Numbness left side of face for 7 months ent said ear clear. My ear make cracking sound and it all started with blocked ear with wax.
And the question is?: The top layer of skin cells may peel off after a 2-4 days, after any inflammation (such as skin swelling, a sunburn, a friction burn, or perhaps waxing). The peeling may be less noticeable if one had used Hydrocortisone cream from the start of the inflammation, through the 2-4 days until the peeling. This is because Hydrocortisone decreases inflammation in the skin. The drug is for short-term use. ...Read more
Dark spotty rash from waxing face with a body wax. I think its hyperpigmentation. How do I get the skin to peel?
Hyerpigmentation: Please see a Dermatologist, there are creams available to help with your situation. ...Read more
I needed to know what would be the best non steuroidal medication for pimple and acne on face also I got pimple like bumps by waxing face what to do?
1 side numbness / tingling waxing and waning all day for 5 weeks. Neuro diagnosed with complex migraine. Can it last for this long??
Poked ear canal with a hair pin & found white stone like hard material is in ear canal. Mild pain, Itching and numbness in that ear. No ear wax.
Best to see MD: Best to see MD to be sure you did not damage eardrum/Tympanic Membrane. ...Read more
Hi when I lay down on the back of my head for some reason I get this numbness feeling on the left side of my head especially when I use a pillow. As s?
Pressure: This is most likely positional, temporary and due to pressure on the superficial nerves of your scalp and has nothing to do with any brain pathology especially if you don't have this symptom any other time. A neurologist is best qualified to evaluate and advise you if you have further concerns. ...Read more
Check it out: If it is something that is unusual and/or bothersome to you, get a physical check up. Anxiety manifests itself in different ways for different people... So yes it is possible. In any case look into treatment for anxiety as well. There are a lot of effective therapies out there. Best wishes. ...Read more
No: Allergic reactions usually cause itching, rash and some swelling but not numbness. ...Read more
Seek evaluation: There could many causes for these symptoms. Please make an appointment with your health care provider for evaluation and management. ...Read more
Not sure: It could be allergies that mediate a sinus congestion, and over night, your sinuses are getting clogged and congested, causing early morning pains and numbness. An antihistamine/allergy medication or inhaled corticosteroid nasal spray may help. This is a guess over the computer, so it's best to see a dr. For an eval, best wishes. ...Read more
In the face or back of your head mean different things--
is it permanent or intermittent?
get it checked. ...Read more
Tunnel vision: All of these symptoms together warrant an immediate medical evaluation today by your doctor or a visit to the nearest emergency room. ...Read more
Why does my face look swollen in the morning with face numbness? (goes away after 5 - 10 minutes)
What to do about sevare headaches male patient been causing numbness in the face since teenage years
See heaache speciali: Since you have had these headaches since teenage years, these are probably migraines which can be controlled with preventative medications in most cases. Neurologist will be appropriate doctor. ...Read more
I have numbness down right side of face and head. Did I sleep wrong or something happened to my nerve?
Tingling numbness at the back of my head and into the jaws and cheeks lasts for few minutes is this something alarming?
Paresthesiae: Tingling on both sides of the face simultaneously would not be a sign of arterial blockage, impending stroke or brain tumor as these would cause localized symptoms. Your symptoms might be caused by tensing or clenching of facial muscles resulting in nerve impingement but other causes of these parasthesiae include deficiencies of magnesium, calcium, potassium or even hyperventilating. See a neurologis ...Read more