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twitching, small face rashes & weird symptoms. . .sound familiar?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 4, 2007
  • 01:10 PM

i am woman,a dancer, 32 years old and am always on the move.
i know many things that happen with our body can be stress related and i am constantly putting my body through climate, food, and environment changes so i've always been pretty sensitive to aches & pains.

i have had a twitch in the eyebrow over my right eye on and off for a few months now. it also happens in my left calf from time to time -- when i'm not dancing or moving.

i also have joint pain that i can't associate w/ any injury or movement (like in the thumb of my right hand).

i'v also nocticed an occasional itch on my face or neck that feels/ looks like a mosquito bite and goes away in 1/2 hour -- hour.

i wax my bikin area and noticed what i thought was an ingrown hair (in front around pelvis & fold of top of left leg) but felt like a lump more inside and was painful, but disappeared in a few days.

i haven't foundany connecting sympoms and wonder if its somekind of std, infection or nerve disorder. planning to go to gyn & check up in february but looking online for some immediate answers. . .

would appreciate any help or insight.
thank you.

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  • Ive been having a similar problem, not sure wether its related or not. Had a twitch in my right thigh that lasted a few hours and then a slight twitch in my temple, but that went away fairly quickly.I have joint pain, that seems to dissapear when i move the particular joint, again not related to any activity as it happens in both my hands, arms and legs. Also have a pain in my neck, but no other symptoms. I am an 18 year old, fairly active male.
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    • January 4, 2007
    • 01:53 PM
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