My face is numb. What causes facial numbness?

Nonspecific. Nonspecific symptom. General or partial numbness. Constant or intermittent? See MD for evaluation.

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Could my facial numbness be caused by a punch in the face that happened a year ago?

Yes. An injury to the infraorbital nerve can occur with an injury and fracture of the anterior wall of maxillary bone. This would lead to numbness along the anterior cheek and upper teeth. Read more...
Yes. Depending in where the numbness is, absolutely. The infra orbital nerve controls sensation to the mid face and upper lip. This nerve is frequently injured in certain types of facial fractures. Read more...

Had 6 months of facial numbness and severe headachs, feels like my left side of my face very heavy along with the left side of my brain, jaw pain.?

See a Dr. ASAP. Need to see a dr. It can be several different problems . You need a complete examination and careful treatment planing. Read more...
Why r u waiting? These symptoms are not normal. See a physician for a physical and exam asap. Read more...
See you doctor. The symptoms described can indicate one or more of several very serious conditions. Please see your doctor as soon as possible. Read more...

Last week: shooting pain in temple & back of head vein pops out for one pulse eye pain head hot can't concentrate jaw and face pain facial numbness?

Need more history. Are all of these symptoms on one side of your head? Did they all start last week? Feel free to schedule a virtual consult with me. Read more...

The left side of my body is numb. My legs are tingly, the side of my face is numb and warm feelings come and go. Can this be caused by binge drinking?

Probably not. Binge drinking itself should not cause the symptoms that you describe. What is more concerning is if you hurt or hurt your head while binge drinking. The injury to the head can lead to hemmorrhages or blood clots in the brain that can lead to these symptoms.Long term effects of binge drinking can include a peripheral neuropathy that affects the extremities long term. Read more...
Uncertain. Drinking and related metabolic disorders can lead to neurologic symptoms. However, your one-sided symptoms raise some concern that something else is involved. In either case, i would advise a medical check up and if needed, a visit to a neurologist. Read more...