Non-stop facial tics in 5yr old. Ct scan/eeg normal. Constant eye rolling, head jerks & jaw movement. What could this be?

Very unusual. Nonstop is unusual. While people usually think of tourette syndrome, there are other tic disorders of childhood. There is also a postviral syndrome of opsoclonus-myoclonus, which can be seen in other conditions (neuroblastoma). Sounds like the child needs to see a pediatric neurologist.

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My 5 year old son has facial tics (eye rolling, head jerks, moving his jaw to the side) non-stop since june 2013. What could this be? I have a video.

Likely tics. These may just be tics but tics should not be "non stop". It could also be a type of seizure or other neurologic disorder. See your pediatrician in the next week. Read more...