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Jumping Eye Nerve
Nerves in my eyelids and cheeks are jumping after hitting top of head on stainless steel. Blow wasn't hard and I didn't lose consciousness.
Probably not serious: This does not sound dangerous. I would like more history. How long ago did this happen minutes, hours? If you had bleeding Into the lining of the brain serious symptoms would start to occur in 30 to 60 minutes. ...Read more
The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more
Thorbbing temples and vibrations in head could this be the sign of an oncoming migraine also face nerves jumping?
Could be a migraine:
Migraine auras could manifests as "dizziness", "blurred vision", "vertigo", stomach pain" or "tingling/numbness". Usually after it starts, 5-10 min later the headache follows. Try tylenol (acetaminophen) or alleve. Coffee withdrawal can also trigger headaches, as well as impending menses.
Just go see your doctor this week if the headache occurs. Usually the best therapy is sleep! ...Read more
Inside your head?: Not muscle fasiculations that are superficial. If inside the head — I don't know. ...Read more
I just hit the top of my head on stainless steel at work and now the nerves in my face are jumping. What's this a symptom of?
Head trauma. :
Facial twitching is not an expected symptom from head trauma. It is most likely unrelated to the head trauma. If it continues seek physician evaluation. If you were knocked out, (lost consciousness) have vision changes, vomiting, are confused, or have a progressively worsening headache than
you should seek immediate physician evaluation. ...Read more
I HAVE A NERVE ON THE LEFT SIDE OF MY HEAD THAT KEEPS JUMPING IT STOPS THEN START BACK IS THIS SERIOUS MY DOES'NT WHEN THIS HAPPENS IT JUST KEEP JUMN?
A jumping nerve:
What do you mean by a jumping nerve? Do you mean you have a feeling of throbbing? Does it bother you when you chew or open and close your mouth? Can you feel it with your fingers?
Hard to know, but this is probably not serious. A lot depends on how you describe the symptoms. ...Read more
Everytime I get this tingling sensation on side of head the nerves in my legs start twitching and jumping.
Blepharospasm : If your eyelids are twitching, it is most likely blepharospasm which in most cases can be annoying but is not usually medically problematic. I recommend that you try cutting out caffeine. If it persists, see your ophthalmologist. They can evaluate you and recommend other treatments such as Botox injections for severe cases. ...Read more
Naah: Usually a benign lid muscle twitch that goes away after a few weeks at most. If not, have it checked out. ...Read more
I have been seeing miniature elves that jump out of my eyes when I use cannabis, what does this mean?
It means you: Should stop using it!Get a more detailed answer ›
Can a nightmare cause strange screaming, jumping out of bed and running around with eyes open for about 1 min? Thank you
Night terror: This would most likely be a night terror rather than a typical nightmare. ...Read more
I am experiencing dizziness (worsened by: changing head position, lying flat, sitting upright).when the Dizziness starts my eyes start jumping .
What could be the possible cause for the side of my head to be constantly jumping that is the right side. Above the side of my eyes.
Twitchy eye lid?: Read this and ask you physician if it persists. Good luck! http://www.Mayoclinic. Com/health/eye-twitching/my00102/dsection=causes. ...Read more
Myokymia : Myokymia is a common eye condition resulting in eyelid twitching that typically occurs related to excessive amounts of caffeine, stress, and/or fatigue. It can be also related to having dry eyes. Typically, this condition should resolve after attempting to reduce the common causes. ...Read more
Eyelid: If by jumping you mean a quivering and pulling of one or both eyelids in one eye this is likely to be due to myokymia. The muscles around the eye can do this commonly. This is nealry alwasy intermittent and benign and typically will stop completely after 6 moths or so. However, if it progresses or develops into spasms with forcible eyelid closure or does not resolve within several months see an eyemd. ...Read more
Top eye "lid"?:
This is blepharospasm, the muscles of the eyelid are in spasm.
If it has persisted for a week, you need medical attention, possibly a little botox. ...Read more
I have this jumpy like vision after being on the computer for a long time I have to re read things because I feel my eyes jump; worrysome? I hate it
Visual fatigue: After using a computer for a period can occur if one has a slight refractive error (needs glasses) or accommodative dysfunction (again, remedied by glasses). A good vision exam that tests both near and distance vision, as well as a good ocular exam looking at the ocular alignment and ability to accommodate properly will give you the solution to your problem. ...Read more
For the past two weeks my right eye has been jumping. What do you think has caused this? I have tried warm towels.
I spend between 12-14 hrs on computer. Eyes jump to the top & then I center them. Occurs only during/after computer use. Is it nystagmus? No shaking.
Do you who has Marfan syndrome also expierence jumping of the eye(s)/like a shiny silver flashing thing in the corners of your eyes?
Maybe: In Marfan syndrome, it is possible to have ocular manifestations. The most classic associated eye finding in Marfan syndrome is lens dislocation. This can cause visual disturbances. It is important that everyone with Marfan syndrome be examined by an ophthalmologist on a regular basis (annual). Retinal detachment also occurs in patients with Marfan syndrome. ...Read more
Nystagmus: If the eyes jump when you look to the extreme right or left, that can be normal. If they jump up or down, this is not normal and generally represents a neurologic disease. With congenital poor vision, a searching type nystagmus can develop. If it is a new onset, you should seek medical attention as a stroke can cause it or a neurologic disease. ...Read more
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