...I can feel the pain. My chiropractor aptly describes my condition when he says I suffer from..."feelings of left side of body weakness and increased pressure in right side of head." He goes on to say my symptoms have not improved and appear to be permanent. My cousin who is a practicing doctor suggests it might be polymyalgiarheumatica. Then, another chiropractor says, I don't have near the inflammation needed for that. Vanessa, from The Migraines and Headaches Forum suggests I should have a cervical scan done. On ending my post, I must admit I suffered from Anorexia Nervosa at around the age of ten and began noticing my symptoms a few years later.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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