A month ago, when I woke up in the morning, I felt pins and needles above my eyebrows and nose. I had an MRI and no tumors were detected. I think the nerve may have been attacked by a virus. It cleared up completely within six weeks, except the nose and it still tingles at bridge when I touch it. If I touch it two times in a row, then it only tingles for the first touch. Is it due to nerve damage? Is this a sensory issue? Should I be concerned?
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