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My temple keeps twitching and my face hurts?
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Dr. Gael Yonnet
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It is important here to define where exactly your face hurts.
If it is isolated to one side in a specific distribution, such as for example, from the corner of the eye to the corner of the mouth, or below the corner of the mouth to the jaw, and feels like an electrical pain, you may have trigeminal neuralgia. The temple twitch is harder to pin point and you'll need to be examined for that.

In brief: See answer below
It is important here to define where exactly your face hurts.
If it is isolated to one side in a specific distribution, such as for example, from the corner of the eye to the corner of the mouth, or below the corner of the mouth to the jaw, and feels like an electrical pain, you may have trigeminal neuralgia. The temple twitch is harder to pin point and you'll need to be examined for that.
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