I've been to so many doctors, I don't know which way to turn. I'm hoping someone has an idea since all of the conventional methods have failed to pan out so far.
=I have headaches every day.
=I have 3-5 Migraines per month.
=I have muscle spasm pain in my neck and shoulders.
=My ears ring and sometimes the left side has pressure.
=I have insomnia -difficult to get to sleep, then wake up several times
=I'm always tired and it is difficult to wake up in the morning
=Sometimes I get light headed with no reasonable explanation.
=Last night I woke up in pain after nearly biting the tip of my tongue off - it was bleeding and today it hurts. This has happened twice so far.
>>The neurologist says, headaches happen and so do migraines - and that we may never have a complete answer.
>>The ENT says I have symptoms of TMJ, but tinnitus happens and there may never be an answer.
>>Dentist says I do not grind my teeth, that if I have TMJ it may be due to clenching, not grinding
>>Blood tests are all clean.
>>I'm seeing the OBGYN Friday to have my hormones checked?
Their current answer: Stress.
I'm not a hypochondriac and I think I take fairly good care of myself. I eat well, I exercise regularly, and I'm not over weight. I don't miss my vitamins, I drink plenty of water, I'm not on any crazy diets, and I don't drink heavily or do drugs.
I don't know what's going on, but if anyone has any ideas or suggestions, I would appreciate your input.
Thank you very much.
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