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overlooked nerve compression

By Anonymous November 7, 2013 - 7:47am
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Hello, 2.5 years ago I had cheek trauma - overlooked mild fracture caused infraorbital nerve compression. I have very very mild numbness, and pain when touch. it's annoying. I know that prolonged compression kills the neuron cells. But what about when loss of function is very very mild - I mean 95% of normal feeling for example. Do You know any case that so prolonged nerve compression with very mild loss of function recover after surgery decompression ? I have asked 2 Doctors yet and they do not know

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Haha.... I just realised here are only women.. empowHER.... How did I put post here... I'm a man from the Europe ;)
BTW zygomatic fracture in women group is very rare...

December 16, 2013 - 11:50am
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