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My Face Twitches Uncontrollably
I recently got in an argument and my face muscles just started twitching uncontrollably, why is this and how can I stop it in the future. ?
I have recently developed strong almost uncontrollable facial twitching. I am a healthy person, don't drink or do drugs and exercise regularly.?
Seek medical attenti: Many questions need to be answered in order to diagnose the cause- is it on one side or both sides of your face, did it come on suddenly or gradually over time, any other neurologic symptoms or family history. Seek medical attention. ...Read more
The right side of my face twitches for about 30 sec. At a time and this has been going on for about 3 days on an off and it feels strange on that side?
I had a root canal 6 months ago and still have pain and I am having uncontrollable facial twitching in the area. Any chance this can be treated?
My son, 4yrs old i've recently noticed involuntary facial "twitching" and faces. Healthy, very advanced for his age. Should i be concernd?
Tic Disorders evolve: Over time. His 2 motor tics, facial twitches & moues (faces) can occur alone or as part of a neurodevelopmental disorder (asperger stndrome, adhd, or tourette syndrome). Are his conversational skills & reciprocal social interactions as good as his ability to talk about his favorite topics? Is there a family history of ts, ocd/ anxiety disorders, adhd? The tics won't hurt him; do tell his doctor. ...Read more
My face twitches continually in dif spotssometimes it's more noticeable or severe. I don't drink caffein. Last CT was negative. Now what?
22 year old , male , 190lbs , fealing like my little weak and arms , can it be ALS it does not run in the family , I do get neck and face twitches ?
Very unlikely: If the symptoms persist, consider seeing your doc. ...Read more
I'm 18. Ever since i was young I had these face twitches in my eyes, nose, and mouth. It comes and goes. Now it came back after 2 years. What's the cause of this and how do I get rid of it for good?
A neurologist: may give you the answer. There is an eye condition that can cause twitches and another condition called Tourette's Syndrome that can cause muscular movements and in some folks sounds. If doctors still don't have a clear diagnosis biofeedback from a licensed psychologist can help relax those tense muscles. Peace and good health. ...Read more
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