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    I got kicked in the face last year around november (rugby, not a thug) and since then my bottom eye lid has being twitching. The eye is still bruised which im not too fussed about but the twitching is driving me insane now.My vision and that is fine and the bruising will eventually go but is there anything I can do to fix the twitching? Ta
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    Your GP should be your first port of call.
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    I know you're a man, and a rugby player but you can still go to your GP!
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    aw man was scared someone would suggest the GP. Do i REALLY have to. No one had this before?
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    I was kicked before when I did kyokushin karate (that's full-contact karate) and kicked in rugby, black eye and bruised and all that but it never twitched. I suspect it could be some form of damage to the muscles/tendons or something of the sort and it's imperative that you see your GP asap, this can deteriorate very easily with time!
 
 
 
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