My mother is 87 and has been complaining of numbness inside of her head (is the only way she can describe it) She started having these symptoms ever since she had eye surgery two years ago to have a caterac removed. They gave her a shot in the eye as part of the procedure. She had a mild stroke the first of the year but there was no damage . She has had 3 MRI's this year and nothing showed up other than a sinus infection and the fact that she had a mild stroke. She lives in fear that she is having another stroke when these episodes start. This week she experienced the numbness INSIDE her head and neck and she had a twich around her mouth. Has anyone ever had these symptoms and what was the cause and cure, if any. We are going to see a neurologist tomorrow to see if he has any idea.
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