I have a pain in my face?

Nondiagnostic. Your information is inadequate to make a diagnosis. More information about the pain is needed. Location, swelling, type of pain, any discoloration, dental issues,etc. Neuralgia, temporomandibular joint dysfunction,abcessed tooth, bone disease are all possibilities. Your MD will take a history, examine you and order any appropriate tests in order to make a diagnosis.

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I ate some questionable mushrooms (i know they "were" edible) 2/14/14 and now I have abominable pain and my face gets warm should I be worried?

Mushrooms. Poisonous mushrooms can easily be mistaken for edible ones. However, if you had eaten poisonous ones you would have been ill long before now (today is 2/21/14, a full week after you say you ate the "questionable mushrooms.") many things can cause abdominal pain. And some require surgery. It sounds like you're already worried -- at 16, ask your parents for help getting medical evaluation. Read more...

Hi, I having a pain on my face, I toke antibiotic for 10 day, doesn't work on me, also I do not have any teeth problem, but I having sines?

Are you sure. A lot of possibilities. Has a dentist ruled out tooth problems. The correct dentist should be able to determine if it sinus or some other nondental pain. Read more...
Need a doctor! Facial pain can mean anything. If antibiotics reduce the pain, there may be bacteria present (ie infection). You have to start somewhere and stop self-medicating. Find a doctor. A dentist may be easier to get into asap. Read more...

I am often depressed as, for two years, I have constant pain around my face and ear. I'm frustrated as my g.P or e.N.T doctor cannot find the reason. What should I do?

Depression. I think it's time to have a psychological evaluation. Ask your gp for a referral to a psychiatrist or psychologist. Hope you start feeling better about yourself. Read more...
Trigeminal neuralgia. Frequently pain is the common menifestation of depression when there is no way out from treatment resistant depression alot of patients may have atypical symptoms or it may be coexisting getting a second opinion or adding neurotin may help treatment resistant depression is responding remarkably to tms look for a tms expert in your area to see if u r a candidate ask for a neurology consult. Read more...
Psychological coping. It's common for people to get depressed when they have chronic pain or discomfort. It is often helpful to understand that chronic pain is not an emergency. Therefore, it's ok to cope with it by using behavioral strategies. For example, mindfulness meditation has been shown to "uncouple" the unpleasant sensation from its effects on mood, while actually significantly reducing perceived pain. Read more...

I'm having pain in my face and headaches?

Sinus? You could have a sinus infection - usually that would be accompanied by nasal drainage or stuffiness, cough, fevers, sore throat. Sometimes migraine headaches cause facial pain and headaches. It can also be TMJ (jaw joint problems) or inflammation of a nerve in your face (trigeminal neuralgia). Better see your doctor or go to the urgent care to get a diagnosis. Read more...
Face pain. Sounds like a sinus problem. Painful sites forehead, between eyes or on cheeks. Other causes for face pain can be Bells Palsy or trigeminal neuralgia. Tension headache too. Read more...
Sinus Headache. You may be having a sinus headache-get eval to be properly diagnosed and treated, good luck to you. Get well soon. Read more...
Sinus HA poss BUT--- Though I must say that my colleagues are correct in suggesting your symptoms COULD be due to sinus infection I must point out that people who complain of facial pains or even SINUS PAINS and PRESSURES only TRULY have SINUS INFECTIONS as the primary cause 0.5% of the time. Sinus headaches are the MOST incorrectly and OVER-diagnosed of all headache types. READ ALL THAT AGAIN PLEASE-- Read more...
Midface migraine. Although migraine is usually considered a headache, it can also present as pain in the teeth, jaw and/or the maxillary sinus which often confuses the diagnosis. Patients may even present with secondary autonomic symptoms such as nasal stuffiness. See Orofacial Pin or headache specialist. Read more...

I having pain & swelling in my face muscles, what can I do?

Why? Is it due to an allergic reaction? Insect bites? Tooth problem? Trauma? See you primary care and they can help steer you in the right direction. Read more...

I have pain on my face, near the hair line and right ear/cheek when I move my jaw. What could be wrong?

Joint pain. The area you are describing sounds like it involves the area of the temperomandibular joint(tmj.) in most cases, the pain and discomfort associated with TMJ disorders can be alleviated with self-managed care or nonsurgical treatments. Usually limiting motion and an anti-inflammatory regimen go along way towards helping pain that occasionally occurs. Read more...
Sounds like TMJ. Sounds like TMJ/TMD. See TMJ/TMD specialist. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your dental society for referrals. Read more...