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No: Nerve supply to the facial muscles are from 7 th cranial nerve , coming from side of the brain stem on either side, and the sensory supply is from 5th cranial nerve called trigeminal nerve which devides into 3 branches called opthalmic, maxillary and mandibular . The cervical roots form peripheral nerves called spinal nerve roots and the disc herniation at c6, c7 won't cause numbness face most times. ...Read more
See below: This can occur, but lots of other things can cause this too. Check with your doctor and find out what is causing this. ...Read more
Left side of right big toe is numb. Numbness is the only symptom. Could this be a sign of something serious? Or just caused by being on feet a lot?
Is numbness in feet a symptom of progressing frontotemporal dementia? My mom is pretty inactive, overweight, and in abt. Mid-stage of ftd. Thank you.
No: No, foot numbness is not a symptom of fronto-temporal dementia. But being inactive and overweight can lead to diabetes, which can be associated with numb feet and a variety of other peripheral nerve problems. Hoping you can get your mother in to see her primary care physician for a checkup soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I woke up feeling the numbness and then started to tingle. Is that a sign and symptom of a stroke, should I be concerned?
Is body numbness and the feeling of like your bodys not there a symptom of deperzanltion? I have gad and panic disorser and this has happened before.o
Yes: What you are describing sounds like depersonalizations which is common in severe anxiety. I am hoping you are either in treatment or considering it. You shouldn't experience this alone without supports including therapy and/or pharmacological interventions. ...Read moreSee 9 more doctor answers
See neurologist: Facial numbness can be caused by many items, including dental and jaw issues, viral involvement of cranial nerves, issues at base of brain. Might consult with your dentist initially but if no answer, a neurologist can certainly help. Facial numbness is not usually the presenting sign of ms>. ...Read more