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Mayo Clinic baffled: jerky, tingly, eye pain, numbness

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  • Posted By: debrajean4
  • December 26, 2010
  • 10:12 PM

Jan. 2010: Stabbing eye pain occured, and occured about once a month after this.
May 2010: A couple days of weird tingling feeling, mostly in legs.
June 11, 2010: Tingling returned, along with eye socket pain, muscle cramps, lasted about five days.
July 3, 2010: Tingling, eye pain, muscle cramps, right arm tingly-numb. Involuntary leg jumping while lying down, Lasted about five days. inv
July 29, 2010: Tinglin, eye pain, muscle cramps, right arm tingly-numb. Involuntary leg jumping
August 21, 2010: Was visiting in AZ, when symptoms began, seemed worse there in the heat.
Involuntary movement getting worse, not just leg jumping. more of a full body ***k. Some time during September could not hide jerking from people. Got a lot of looks and questions that I had no answer for. No longer pinpointing dates. Jerking happens everyday. But eye pain and tinglein still seem to have a pattern of good and worse days.

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  • Jan. 2010: Stabbing eye pain occured, and occured about once a month after this.May 2010: A couple days of weird tingling feeling, mostly in legs.June 11, 2010: Tingling returned, along with eye socket pain, muscle cramps, lasted about five days.July 3, 2010: Tingling, eye pain, muscle cramps, right arm tingly-numb. Involuntary leg jumping while lying down, Lasted about five days. invJuly 29, 2010: Tinglin, eye pain, muscle cramps, right arm tingly-numb. Involuntary leg jumpingAugust 21, 2010: Was visiting in AZ, when symptoms began, seemed worse there in the heat. Involuntary movement getting worse, not just leg jumping. more of a full body ***k. Some time during September could not hide jerking from people. Got a lot of looks and questions that I had no answer for. No longer pinpointing dates. Jerking happens everyday. But eye pain and tinglein still seem to have a pattern of good and worse days.Are you sure there is nothing wrong with your neck? Not just the bones etc. but also nerves that get pinched by too tight sinews or mucles because the nerves are elsewhere as where the doctors suspect them to be. Or blood vessels running differently, we are not all laid out exactly like in the books. It would explain why you have good or bad days with some symptoms (possibly in accordance with the position your head was in during sleep). Just a wild guess since nobody answered, and I know someone who had dramatic blood-sample-sessions until they discovered the blood vessel makes a sharp bend where they did not expect one.
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    • December 30, 2010
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