Back Pain And Face Are Not Symmetrical When Closing The Mouth?
Excuse me, I’m a man of 20. Symptoms that I experience 1. Pain behind the left ear near a bone mound. The pain was felt in my ear hole. 2. I realize my left face is a bit heavy. I tried the mouth mingkem but always tilted the mingkemnya line … ear pain now I compress with a warm cloth and mendingan .. what I fear my face will be permanently biased if in motion ?. Thank you
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Your condition can occur due to several possibilities, including Bell's palsy. Bell's palsy is a condition of paralysis of one side of the facial muscles caused by a disruption in the nerve. The risk is increased if a person is infected with the herpes virus, varicella virus, has a middle ear infection, has high blood pressure, sarcoidosis, tumors of the salivary glands or diabetes, and is often also associated with a history of exposure to cold air on one part of the face. In your case, back pain can be a sign of a history of middle ear infection.
In addition, other conditions that you may also experience are mastoiditis or inflammation of the bones behind the ear, jaw joint disorders, or stressed nerves. Either way, it doesn't matter if you move your face, try to grin, smile, etc., it won't make you smallpox permanently.
While regarding stroke, indeed an unbalanced facial condition can occur in stroke sufferers, but usually the symptoms are not only that, there are also weaknesses in body parts on one side, such as the hands and feet on the left or right which become difficult to move or difficult to use to do daily activities. In addition, strokes usually don't strike people your age. Usually attacked are people with the age of 40 years and over, especially with a history of smoking, excess weight, high cholesterol or high blood pressure.
So in your case, we suggest that you immediately consult your complaint to a general practitioner first, or may also go directly to the ENT doctor, so that a thorough examination of your condition can be carried out. By clarifying your complaints through digging history, making direct observations and possibly supporting it if necessary, the diagnosis that is established can be more appropriate, and the handling can be more appropriate.
In the meantime, you may continue with a warm compress, and if it still feels painful, you can also take over-the-counter pain and anti-inflammatory medication by reading the instructions for use. So, hopefully answering your question.