Two years ago I was jumped outside of a gas station and punched in the right cheek. I went to the ER and was told I had no fracture. To this day my cheek is still swollen and sensitive to the touch. I cannot press it with hardly any pressure without getting pain that feels much like a bruise. If it is pressed any harder than minimal pressure then I feel a sharp pain. From time to time I get a dull pain without touching it. Also when I get headaches it seems to be a bit painful too but more like sinus pressure. :confused:
I've seen my regular doctor about it but she didn't seem to worried, but she never seemed to worried about anything I went to see her for...
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