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Can a pinched nerve cause numbness in face?

Yes. A pinched nerve occurs when there is too much pressure applied to a nerve by surrounding nerves, veins, bone, muscle, or any tissue. The pressure on the nerve causes malfunction, which in turn will make the person feel tingling, numbness, or weakness.

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