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HOW WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT DOES IT MEAN WHEN YOUR NOSE TWITCH

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HOW WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT DOES IT MEAN WHEN YOUR NOSE TWITCH IT'S BEEN HAPPENING FOR THE LAST 2 DAYS
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  DrRussMD replied 5 years ago.
Hello
It generally means there is structural stress to the body and nothing more.

The vast majority of twitching resolves on its own within a week.
a disease would have twitching elsewhere.

People often get temporary twitching in eyebrows, arms, legs, etc.

If it lasts or gets worse then have a medical exam, have electrolytes checked and so on.
Right now give it time.
good luck


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Expert:  DrRussMD replied 5 years ago.
Hello
It generally means there is structural stress to the body and nothing more.

The vast majority of twitching resolves on its own within a week.
a disease would have twitching elsewhere.

People often get temporary twitching in eyebrows, arms, legs, etc.

If it lasts or gets worse then have a medical exam, have electrolytes checked and so on.
Right now give it time.
good luck

Please don’t forget to accept: You may Always ask from clarification as needed, even after you Click Accept to give answer credit so I am compensated for time and expertise. Come back if needed. Bonuses and positive feedback most helpful. Answers for informational purposes only, not to replace your physician advice or visit.