Any idea what this is / how I can fix it?
I'm not sure where else to put this, but several years ago, when I was barely a teenager, I was in school and the one side of my face went numb out of nowhere. It wasn't extremely noticable, just when I spoke and when I drank. I was never taken to a doctor for it, but the numbness / crookedness faded almost completely. I am pretty positive it's not Bell's Palsy, since it's only happened on one occasion and it wasn't severe, and also I've had a few general blood tests taken after it and nothing was detected. I actually thought it was a mini stroke for a while as crazy as that might sound, but I was under severe stress at the time and had bad eating habits.
So, my real question is, as small as my problem is ( my right eye is shut a tiny bit more than my left, and when I talk my mouth moves to the left a little ) it bothers me so much and makes me never went to go anywhere or show emotion in fear of it being detected. So I'm asking, is there anyway ( surgery, shots, removal, replacement, anything ) that will repair the seventh cranial nerve? I just want it to be completely normal again?