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Left eye twitching now extended to the left face?

Blepharospasm. Possibly could be hemifacial spasm, a neuromuscular disorder that is treated with Botox injections or surgery. The best person to see for this would be a neuro-ophthalmologist who can rule out other causes and recommend a course of treatment. Read more...

I have been having left side facial pain and left eye twitching pain comes and goes?

See a neurologist. or Orofacial Pain specialist. Most causes of orofacial pain are benign and harmless. However, if you have facial pain with eye twitching that seems to come without any known cause (e.g. trauma), call your doctor for evaluation and referral to a neurologist or OFP. Read more...
Need MD evaluation. You are describing symptoms all related to the facial nerve. Some of the causes are minor; some are quite serious. Clearly, you need a thorough evaluation by your physician to get to the bottom of the cause and to find the right treatment. Read more...
See Doc. Need to find cause of pain. See ENT doc first, he/she may refer you to TMJ-orofacial pain doc. Read more...

Left eye twitching on and off for over a month, I am currently nursing my son... Is this related?

Sort of. Eye twitching is associated wtih anxiety and fatigue, which is also common with a young child. Nursing, per se, is not related. Read more...
No. Not related to nursing directly, but probably related to the sleep deprivation you are also experiencing at this time. Read more...

Left eye twitching for over a week. Ok in morning then by afternoon I exp it. Feels same as if the eye was trying to blink out something. Saw optom. Ok?

Blepharitis. Most common and least dangerous cause for eyelid twitching is blepharitis, a blockage of the oil glands of the eyelids. Usually best treated by scrubbing the edges of the eyelids with a cotton swab wet with hot water with a tiny dab of baby shampoo on the tip, followed by rinsing the closed eye with warm water. To be sure, see an eye md. Read more...
Eyelid twitching. Could be simple eyelid myokymia or hemifacial spasm. Can be treated with Botox or surgery if intrusive. See an ophthalmologist. . Read more...

Hello, I am concerned about my left eye twitching for couple of days and I have a sharp pain in my upper left side of my chest?

Myokymia. Eyelid twitching is common and benign. There are no real treatments for this except tincture of time. Some have found that supplemental calcium helps shorten the episodes. This is not related to the pain in your chest. See your primary doctor for that please. Read more...

Why is my left eye twitching for so long? Should I be concerned that my left cheek and left side of my mouth is also twitching?

Facial spasm. Eyelid twitching is common, and is usually related to stress, fatigue, consumption of stimulants like caffeine, and local eye irritation. Facial twitching, where the cheek and mouth are also twitching, may be "hemifacial spasm", which is more serious. Talk to your medical doctor or neurologist about this possibility. Read more...