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    Fluttering feeling just above the left year
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    stephan28 posted:
    From the last week onward i am getting a fluttering feeling just above my left ear. It may last for few minutes and comes in an alternative interval of 4-5 hours. Sometimes it comes in a continues interval. Also i feel a stiffness / benumb feeling in my left cheek. I am 28 years of old male and i don't have any other medical issues. The only thing i noticed is my resting pulse is about 90-95 range. And the Pressure is 105-70. I undergo a complete blood routine checkup and TMT & Echo cardiogram test for chest. In those nothing found suspicious. Is this a normal condition ? Or is there anything to fear about? Please help me.
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