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  1. My Son is 15 years old. He got face tics (below the left eye - group of muscle twitch). This started 2 months ago. First it started both eye blinking then this stopped and started faced twitching. If I ask him to stop the tics then he can stop it. Now he got only face twitching. We did the Head MRI and it was normal. The only thing in the MRI is 'Inflammatory opacification and mucosal cyst formation in both maxillary sinuses'. We did the complete blood work and magnesium Serum and RBC and all is fine. We went to 3 neurologist so far, 2 of them before the MRI result and one after
  2. I'm hoping that my fellow forum readers may be able to provide me with some suggestions, or at least some encouragement. I'm a 45 year old male who has had tics (mostly facial, particularly eye blinking/twitching/wincing) for as long as I can remember. For reasons I cannot figure out, they began to worsen a year and a half ago, and have continued to worsen with each month. I have tried the following remedies, and only medication has had a meaningul benefit: Medications – Lorazepam, Clonidine, Haldol, Abilify, Seroquel (Lorazepam and Clonidine didn't work, Haldol caused too much depressi
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