My left side (most noticably my left side of my face) has slightly less touch sensation than my right. I'm not sure if I've had it my whole life, but just noticed it a few months ago. I still have feeling (heat, touch, etc), but when I run my fingers or an object down both sides - my right cheek is more (for lack of a better example) "ticklish". Generally, my left side of my face just "feels" different - even when I sit here and type.
Also - within the last year I've noticed I'm anxious and stressed about mundane things at work and even had a panic attack a few months ago.
Is this anxiety? Or something worse? I had a physical a few months ago which was fine, and also saw an neuro opthalmologist regarding my simple aniscoria which he said was normal.
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