Thank you for clarifying,
This sounds like a nerve type pain that you are experiencing (called neuralgia).
The trigeminal nerve is a nerve that has three branches--one supplies the area around the eye, one around the temple/jaw and one the cheek.
When the trigeminal nerve is compressed, it can cause severe, short jabbing sharp pains. It can be triggered by light touch or cold air (among other things).
For some people, the attacks are brief and mild. For others, the attacks become close together and severe and uncontrolled with over the counter pain relievers.
Your doctor should be able to diagnose the condition simply by your history and symptoms. If you have this and it is severe, there are preventative medications you can take that lessen symptoms (ie tegretol).
Here is more information for you to read about the condition. Read about it to see if this sounds like what you have. If not, let me know more about what you are feeling and we can discuss further;http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/trigeminal-neuralgia/DS00446
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