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What does excessive eye blinking and nose scrunching in a child with a severe abuse history indicate?

What does excessive eye blinking and nose scrunching in a child with a severe abuse history indicate?

Tic: Could be a nervous tic. Could also indicate some anxiety. Talk with your child's pediatrician to determine the cause. ...Read more

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Nose scrunching followed by continuous eye blinking in child (5.5) with wheezing episodes for the past 40 days. Is on genteal eye drop. Is it a concern?

Nose scrunching followed by continuous eye blinking in child (5.5) with wheezing episodes for the past 40 days. Is on genteal eye drop. Is it a concern?

Get eye exam: Nose scrunching and eye blinking may well be signs of allergic rhinitis, but these symptoms can be seen with tic behaviour as well as potentially more serious problems, and since your child is too young to confirm visual changes, it is best to have him evaluated by an eye doctor. ...Read more

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What neurological disorder causes rapid eye blinking especially under stress as well as head movements?

What neurological disorder causes rapid eye blinking especially under stress as well as head movements?

Motor Tics: Motor tics are common and this is related to stress and it is one of the common movement disorders, motor tic commonly presents as eye blinking, gesturing of the face, head movement, shoulder thrusting and other sudden limb or trunk movement.
Tics are involuntary but it can suppressed and aggrevated by stress also they are waxing and waning in occurrence. ...Read more

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What should I do with severe mannerisms like excessive eye blinking, stretching of the neck, and opening my mouth always like stretching my jaw?

What should I do with severe mannerisms like excessive eye blinking, stretching of the neck, and opening my mouth always like stretching my jaw?

Medication for tics: What you are describing may be tics but you need to rule out latourette syndrome. I recommend that you see a neurologist or a psychiatrist for an evaluation and diagnosis. There are medications that can help. Some tics can be treated with behavioral therapy. But when there are multiple tics, then medication is usually needed. ...Read more

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What does abnormal rapid eye blinking/twitching indicate?

What does abnormal rapid eye blinking/twitching indicate?

Usually stress: Twitches of the eyelids are a very common symptom. The most common cause is stress, often in association with sleep deprivation and other factors such as caffeine intake. There are also some neurological conditions that can cause eyelid twitching. Excessive blinking can also be caused by a condition called blepharospasm. If your symptoms persist or worsen, discuss them with your doctor. ...Read more

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Does blepharitis cause excessive eye blinking?

Does blepharitis cause excessive eye blinking?

Yes: It is an irritation of your eyelid, so your body tries to wash it away by blinking and often tearing. ...Read more

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Why would someone have involuntary eye twitches as well as excessive eye blinking?

Why would someone have involuntary eye twitches as well as excessive eye blinking?

Blepharospasm: Refers to excessive eye blinking, and the twitches could represent myokymia. Several underlying problems may cause this, and it is best to seek the consultation of an ophthalmologist to diagnose and achieve treatment success. ...Read more

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I hav severe eye blinking. Most of d time I stretch my neck like those who has torettsyndrom & also stretch my jaw. What should I do w/ my mannerisms?

I hav severe eye blinking. Most of d time I stretch my neck like those who has torettsyndrom & also stretch my jaw. What should I do w/ my mannerisms?

Medication for tics: What you are describing may be tics but you need to rule out latourette syndrome. I recommend that you see a neurologist or a psychiatrist for an evaluation and diagnosis. There are medications that can help. Some tics can be treated with behavioral therapy. But when there are multiple tics, then medication is usually needed. ...Read more

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I was physically abused for 6 years of my marriage. I was hit in the head a lot and my memory and such seems impaired. Could it be from brain damage

I was physically abused for 6 years of my marriage. I was hit in the head a lot and my memory and such seems impaired. Could it be from brain damage

Maybe not?: Certainly repetitive head trauma can cause problems but what if there is something else going on too? You would not want to miss that "something else". Seek care with your doctor and preferably a specialist for concussion. ...Read more

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My husband abused me for years hit me hard in the head enough to split it open several times. I had surgery to remove a tumor. Can it come back?

No: Repeated scalp lacerations repaired surgically is not a known contributor to malignancy. If a tumor developed by history it does not appear to be a glioblastoma since you would have had RT and knowledge of a high incidence of local recurrence. The tumor you described sounds like a scalp lesion, either benign or malignant and there is a high incidence of local recurrence depending on the path ...Read more

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I am a 59-year-old male, never had a full head to toe plus male genital physical examination was sexually abused by a male, only need a female doctor?

I am a 59-year-old male, never had a full head to toe plus male genital physical examination was sexually abused by a male, only need a female doctor?

Need a check-up: A man in their 50s should receive a full medical check-up including blood pressure, height and weight, cardiovascular assessment including cholesterol and diabetes tests, a prostate exam and P.S.A. test, as well as a head-to-toe check of the skin for abnormal skin lesions. If there is a history of abuse and the patient is uncomfortable with male doctors, they should seek out a trusted female doc. ...Read more

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Is there a medical basis for left eye blinking superstition? A blinking left eye is supposed to be bad.

Is there a medical basis for left eye blinking superstition? A blinking left eye is supposed to be bad.

Superstition: There is no medical basis for that superstition, just like many other superstitions. There are several causes of eye blinking including blepharospasm, myokymia, foreign body, dry eye, and other causes. If artificial tears don't resolve it, please see your eye md. ...Read more

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What are causes of infrequent or lack of eye blinking?

What are causes of infrequent or lack of eye blinking?

Uncommon: The blink rate goes down with concentrated attention such as computer work. No blinking at all is pathologic and will cause corneal opacitification due to dryness. That could be due to lid trauma with scarring or neurologic damage (rare). Blinking is automatic and not really under conscious control for more than a few moments. ...Read more

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Is constant eye blinking a side effect of taking risperidal (risperidone)?

Is constant eye blinking a side effect of taking risperidal (risperidone)?

Possible: Blepharospasm can occur with Risperdal both as an initial reaction, called an acute dystonia or after longer term exposure, called tardive dyskinesia. Fatigue, anxiety, work, and light can exacerbate tardive blepharospasm, whereas rest and sleep can relieve it. Please speak to the prescribing physician regarding your concern to clarify the cause and options. ...Read more

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Is it normal to experience rapid eye blinking or facial or eye tics after playing video games?

Is it normal to experience rapid eye blinking or facial or eye tics after playing video games?

Yes: It's called the optokinetic reflex if the eyes move, and recruitment if it's just the facial or eyelid muscles. If you experience these effects, you're playing video games too long. If these occur with minimal playing time, you should visit your doctor. ...Read more

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How can I be sure my repetitive eye blinking is still a symptom of my Tourette's and not tardive dyskenesia?

Ans: Well did you have the eye tics before you started any medications? This will help to guide you. Go back and think when you were first diagnosed and now how are you being on medication ...Read more

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Can eye blinking in kids recur? . I can see my kid's blinking who is 4 yr old is completely gone and with in 2 weeks again came. Reason?

Can eye blinking in kids recur? . I can see my kid's blinking who is 4 yr old is completely gone and with in 2 weeks again came. Reason?

Normal: Eye blinking tics are very common in the 4 yo age group. Tics in general come and go depending on stress or illness. They can occur in 25% of kids. If they become embedded with other tics or noises, then there is a possibility of a motor movement disorder. If your child recently had a strep infection, see your doctor as the tics may be an early symptoms of pandas. ...Read more

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What drug is safe for 50yrs man for dry eyes. No prob in tears. Just dry eyes and feeling as if he has strange object in eye. Frequent eye blinking?

What drug is safe for 50yrs man for dry eyes. No prob in tears. Just dry eyes and feeling as if he has strange object in eye. Frequent eye blinking?

Dry eye: See an eye MD for confirmation of dry eye diagnosis. How do you know there is "no prob in tears"? Dry eye can result from deficiency in tears or problems in the oil layer or mucus layer of the tear film. Proper diagnosis guides the treatment which may include artificial tears, Restasis, punctum plugs, flax seed oil, or even surgery depending on the cause and severity of the condition. ...Read more

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Can extreme anger cause eye blinking or eyelid twitching?

Can extreme anger cause eye blinking or eyelid twitching?

Maybe: You are describing myokymia - an involuntary twitching of the skin around the eyelids. It's believed to be related to lack of sleep, stress, and caffeine use. Change these risk factors and it should abate. ...Read more

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How often does blepharitis cause abnormal eye blinking?

How often does blepharitis cause abnormal eye blinking?

Variable: Blepharitis is irritating, so some blink alot, some rub, some tear etc. ...Read more

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Can anything be done for eye blinking twitch for my 14 year old daughter?

Can anything be done for eye blinking twitch for my 14 year old daughter?

Depends: There are a few serious causes for eye twitch, but usually is lack of rest, too much stress or caffeine, so the basic treatment is improve rest, cut down caffeine and stress, exercise helps re-direct energy and decress stress. If it worsens, changes, or doesn't improve in a week, can see eye doctor for medication and surgical options for this. ...Read more

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Why is my one eye blinking in slo mo?

Why is my one eye blinking in slo mo?

Abnormal blinking: I would be suspicious that you are imagining the asymmetric blinking. If the asymmetry actually is present, you need to see your eye doctor since it could be a sign of facial nerve palsy, myasthenia gravis, or other pathology. ...Read more

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