My problam started about 3 years ago with constant neck pain for no apparent reason. (No injuries) Then I stared having pain on the left side of my jaw behind my ear (felt like a constant ear infection but it wasnt) I always felt like something was aching just on the left side,( the title should be left eye not right) soon i started to notice in photos when i smiled the left side looked more swollen than the right side ( no a wisdom theeth problam either) like a mild chipmonk look. The next symtopm was the left eye tearing constantly so I went to the eye doc he said eveything is fine and couldnt find a reason for the tearnig which was intermient. It wolud tear 4 about 2 weeks then nothing then about a month later it would start again, later it would start producing mucous. The next symptom was the left upper eyelid drooping. In the morning it was fine by the end of the day it would droop. Some days the eyelid was fine the next day no so much but no noticible pattern. However when i got a cold everthing on the left side would bother me more. I went to an ent and oral surgeon because they thought it was paratitis (my father and aunt have it) but after MRI and CT scan of the head, neck and jaw they saw NOTHING. MY newest symptom started about 3 months agowhen i chew my temples get very sore and achy ( feels like i chewed about 5 packs of gum the previous day and my temples are sore) I have also stared to get headaches on the left temple are which come and go throughout the day. I have been taking Motrin every day which seems to help with the pain and drooping in the first couple of months but now it seems when i get up in the morning my lid droops then after i massage my face (upward motion) it seems to get better but will droops off and on throughout the day. when i come off the motrin my symptoms get worse so inflamation i would think. Went to a neurologist he said maybe MG or SUNCT but not sure even after more MRIs and MRAs. Dont no what to do now. If anyone out there has anything like this or have an idea of what it is PLEASE let me no.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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