Daily I have intermittent migrating facial edema. There is no pain associated with it. It can appear and disappear in multiple locations on my face daily (such as around my eye, my lips, my cheeks etc). I have been to the Dr for an MRI and their diagnosis is "unknown" and have recommended I go the nerve specialist, which I have any appt for.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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