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I have been having twitches in my face and a burning sensation as well a tight cord like muscle or nerve that's tight and sore but it's pulsing and m?

I have been having twitches in my face and a burning sensation as well a tight cord like muscle or nerve that's  tight and sore but it's pulsing and m?

Anxiety?: Facial twitching is usually not a sign of a serious disorder and is most often due to anxiety, which may be causing your symptoms. But if your symptoms persist see your physician. See my checklist "overcoming anxiety and stress." ...Read more

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Muscle (Definition)

It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more


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Pin prick feeling on tongue and face. Blurry painful eye. Sore muscles in legs. What could be the cause?

Pin prick feeling on tongue and face. Blurry painful eye. Sore muscles in legs. What could be the cause?

Seek help: Could be an inflammatory condition with iritis, myositis, and neuropathy sxs of the face. Definitely need to be seen by a physician soon. May need a CPK, sed rate, CRP and MRI of the brain. It sounds like you need to be seen right away. A flurry painful eye can be acute glaucoma, infection, among other urgent conditions. Please seek help in the urgent care or ED if not improving. ...Read more

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Face muscles around mouth and jaw are always sore and uncomfortable. Teeth feel like not resting together right, always feel clenched. Gums sore.

Face muscles around mouth and jaw are always sore and uncomfortable. Teeth feel like not resting together right, always feel clenched. Gums sore.

Likely clenching: With the consistency of symptoms, i think you must clench a good deal of the time, not giving facial muscles time to rest. If your orthodontic occlusion is off, this can magnify the pain to teeth, gums and jaws. See a dentist who is proficient at tmd issues. Good luck. ...Read more

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Purple and red rash all over my face down my neck & to the tops of my arms. I've came down with a cold, sneezing. Sore muscles. Blood shot watery eyes

Purple and red rash all over my face down my neck & to the tops of my arms. I've came down with a cold, sneezing. Sore muscles. Blood shot watery eyes

Viral rash: Could be a viral or bacterial rash cause by the release of substances from the bacteria or virus themselves. See a doctor to check it out. It could also be a blood problem with little purple spots from a defect in the blood. The sox can check it out. ...Read more

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Unilateral mild burning sensation on face, tender muscles around that side of jaw and ear, mild eye pain, left side nose burns a bit, like chili TMJD?

Unilateral mild burning sensation on face, tender muscles around that side of jaw and ear, mild eye pain, left side nose burns a bit, like chili TMJD?

See OFP specialist: The Orofacial Pain specialists provide diagnosis and treatment of facial pain, night bruxism and TMJ. They are the experts in this field. See PCP for hypertension diagnosis, tests and treatment. ...Read more

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What causes muscle soreness?

What causes muscle soreness?

Lactic Acid: Its what builds up when muscle tissue starts to make energy anaerobicaly. As you get more fit, your body's capacity to utilize oxygen will increase, and you will build up less Lactic Acid at the same level of exertion. Keep increasing your fitness level and the soreness will be harder and harder to achieve. ...Read more

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Whats a good medicine for muscle soreness?

Movement: It depends on which muscles are sore and when they are sore. If they only ache a day or two after strenous exercise, this is called delayed onset muscle soreness- doms- and is completely normal. Generalized achiness responds best to exercise- increased blood flow to the muscles brings them more oxygen. Stretching, ice, and heat can also help. See your doctor if not improving. ...Read more

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