afraid one pupil dilated face aching numbness

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hello, i m really afraid, i have a pupil dilated a little, blurred eye, right side face numbness, neck aching on the right, under the omoplat ache......seen an osteo and after i had this, he may have worsen a thing...i dont know, i am afraid it wont never leave...everyday now  weeks, i just lay down....afraid really, i have to wait exams... dont know if it can be cured, if i go to osteo afraid he makes things worse , wait for doctors but it is long , if i have a pinched nerve in the neck who can help???

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    afraid my brain has not not enough oxygen and nerve damge.....
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    you have told many thing in your discussion that will need to be examined clinically ... 

    go to the doctor. 

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      doctors let me like this so i wen tto emergency two days ago for the eye and want me to come back Tuesday to plan testing but not sure yet....so i am afraid , aneuvrysm,.....nerve, compression blood vessel, and afraid my eye wont be like before....i cant wait that long....
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      and also i dont know i take a benzo once before night, i dont know if it can cause an eye issue lack of focus , on just one eye....it is frightening
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      Hi Anne I just read your post in the weekly summary.  I hope by now you have an answer.  It's definitely not benzodiazpam, I'm certain of that.  Nor an aneurysm.  They come on fast like a couple hours.  I'm not in this group but was intrigued by your post.  Bell's palsy?  Keep us posted of your outcome.  Zap

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      Hi, i still dont know, i am really afraid, i see the osteopath today as it got worse until he manipulates me, saw a rhumato and have to pass a MRI in ten days, it is too long.....really afraid it will never come to normal again
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