Mild facial muscle contractions
Involuntary Facial Movements (Hemifacial Spasm)
Facial twitch or hemifacial spasm (HFS) is an involuntary twitching or contraction of the facial muscles on one side of the face. These drugs can be successful in treating mild cases but cause side effects (e.g., drowsiness, unsteadiness.
Hemifacial spasms are also known as tic convulsif. At first Muscle contractions often begin in your eyelid as mild twitching that may not be too.
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Description:Early diagnosis gives a person with Parkinson's disease the best chance to retain as much function as possible. Other potential complications include hearing loss, infection, hemorrhage and stroke. Repeat injections are then required at varying intervals depending on each individual's response. Share What Is Hemifacial Spasm? For some people, the spasms may become worse during times of stress or being tired. In refractory cases in which there is evidence of compression of the nerve by an abnormal brain vessel, a neurosurgical procedure known as microvascular decompression should be considered. However, it is often attributable to a compression of the facial nerve as it exits from the brainstem.