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Head problems...!

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  • Posted By: skapodis
  • February 19, 2009
  • 07:08 PM

I am 34 years old male and I had no problem with my head until 6 months ago.

About six months ago I have noticed that I was messing up or forgetting word letters when I was typing (e.g the word "lodge" written like "logde"). I also had at that time pains at the left and right back sides of my neck but they did not get worse while I was turning my head arround or back and forth.

I had an Brain MRI and MRA which did not show anything. Two months ago I started seeing flashes from my left eye as well as a very light pain at the left bottom side of my brain and developed a high sensitivity to sounds.

For the past 3 weeks I have no eye flashes and any neck pain whatsoever but the pain at the left bottom side of my brain got worse and is almost constant and I have sudden spasms in my legs and arms especially while I am trying to sleep. Tha pain in my head is not a throbbing pain and does not get worse if I bend over or excersise but nevertheless it is constant and along with the other symptoms destract my a lot.

Painkillers seem to have no effect on the pain. Any suggestions???

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  • Do you drink? Have you had a drink in the last 6 weeks?
    Paulppaul 25 Replies
    • February 20, 2009
    • 05:04 AM
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  • Well WiFi..... lots of the arround. About the cell phone tower or antenna I do not think so because I already know the locations of the only cell phone towers and they are not close. Also I am not sleeping near my phone and I always use my wired handsfree device to talk. I also had another MRI with injectable contrast agent. Waiting for the results this Monday....
    skapodis 1 Replies
    • February 21, 2009
    • 05:02 PM
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