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I had belotero in my tear troughs and juvederm in apple of cheek 4 mo's ago. I've had paresthesia near infra orbital area. Is the nerve dying ?

I had belotero in my tear troughs and juvederm in apple of cheek 4 mo's ago.  I've had paresthesia near infra orbital area.  Is the nerve dying ?

Dont believe so: It sounds like either the nerve was hit by the needle or compresses by the juvederm I also see you were injected with hyalurnidase which would dissolve either of these products. IF you felt a sharp or shock during injection the nerve amy have poked and should return to function in time.Lidocaine in these meds so it could blunt the sharp pain. I would give it time and see if the paresthesia resolve ...Read more

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Dr. Scott Bolhack
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Wounds (Definition)

A wound is a condition in which a person has some trauma to part of his body in which the surface of the skin or some other organ has been broken open. Wounds include clean cuts, jagged cuts, avulsions (ripping away) of ...Read more


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What are paresthesias?

Nerve pains: Paresthesias are annoying sensations from sensory nerves. ...Read more

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What causes paresthesias?

Two possibilities: Paresthesia can result from trauma to the nerves serving the affected area. If there is something putting pressure on the nerve, sometimes removal of the offending object can relieve the paresthesia. Other times, the cause of the paresthesia may not be evident and may be the result of just disturbing the nerve (eg. Nearby extraction). In such cases, the passage of time will usually relieve the it. ...Read more

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What are some causes of paresthesia?

What are some causes of paresthesia?

There are many: The most worrisome are either stroke or diabetes. Others include sleeping or laying on an extremity (so-called "Saturday night palsy"), and certain electrolyte imbalances. If your paresthesia continues, see your doctor so you can get a complete exam. Hope this helps! ...Read more

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For how long does paresthesia usually last?

For how long does paresthesia usually last?

Few secs to days: Depends upon cause, such as hitting "funny bone", gone within secs, or medication reaction, duration of med effect, or chronic neuropathy, indefinite until fixed. ...Read more

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What does a person suffering from paresthesia actually feel?

Numbness to the area: Paresthesia is a numb feeling to the affected area. The numbness can be profound and the person feel no sensation at all, or it may be mild such as a pins-and-needles feeling. In any event, the paresthesia is usually transitory and will go away with the passage of time. However, severe trauma may cause a permanent paresthesia. It all depends on the amount of the injury to the nerve. ...Read more

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What does it mean paresthesias and hypethesia in bilateral lower extremeties, left greater than right?

What does it mean paresthesias and hypethesia in bilateral lower extremeties, left greater than right?

Paresthesias=: ANY abnormal sensations...Hyepthesia means HEIGHTENED sensation ..eg pain , sensitivity to heat/cold Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more

Dr. Gary Pess
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Paresthesia (Definition)

Paresthesia is a symptom in which a person has sensations of tingling or "pins and needles" on some or all of his skin. If a person sleeps on top of his arm, he may have paresthesia in the arm for a short ...Read more