Numbness refers to the loss of sensation in any part of your body. Most causes of facial numbness are related to compression of your nerves or nerve damage. There are some symptoms related to facial numbness that warrant an immediate trip to the doctor. Call or seek emergency care if you have facial numbness along with any one of the following:.
Facial tingling with sinusitis | Sinusitis | Forums | Patient
Posted 3 years ago , 47 users are following. I have sinusitis but no mucus but have facial pain with tingling around my nose cheek and pain above my brow.. I thought it might be my teeth.. I've had this on and off for about 10years and have been referred to both max fax and ent I've been prescribed amoxicillin and been told to increase my amitriptyline to 50mg I'm at the end of my tether as is my husband Many thanks.
When approaching a patient with cranial nerve 7 CN7 palsy, a careful workup must be undertaken in order to rule out the many treatable etiologies, including the malignant and infectious. To guide the need for imaging, a careful medical history must elicit if the CN7 weakness had an abrupt onset or a progressive course. Bell palsy is diagnosed only if potential etiologies of the CN7 lesion have been confidently ruled out.
Top of the page Check Your Symptoms. Facial problems can be caused by a minor problem or a serious condition. Symptoms may include pain, swelling, or facial weakness or numbness. You may feel these symptoms in your teeth, jaw, tongue, ear, sinuses, eyes, salivary glands, blood vessels, or nerves. Common causes of facial problems include infection, conditions that affect the skin of the face, and other diseases.