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Tingling underneath skull

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • January 28, 2007
  • 08:39 AM

Tingling underneath skull is what I am curious about...

Here is a bit of my background: For the last 6 1/2 years. I have been a bit medically challenged. Started getting migraine heasaches - (light sensitivity, vomiting), extremely painful menses, infertility, 2 ectopic pregnancies (tubes removed), ring ears, earaches (pain and itching, migraines with instense neck pains, IBS, chest pains, fatigue that comes on suddenly with a full body of heaviness, fatty tumors following my left ribcage (ocassionally painful - 4 years nothing appeared on an xray), tingling beneath the skull o(n the top right side), arm pain, trouble sleeping and of course trouble waking once asleep... I am sure there is more to list, but my battery is close to expiring. I also workout regularly, drink lots of water and eat healthy. :)

In addition, I have a terrible time with doctors. I have had years of just trying to deal with infertility - to avail (planning to try one last time this summer), and addressing stomach issues finally diagnosed as IBS. I have taken a year off from doctors so far and I curious if this is something that I should have addressed or if it something that is of no concern.

Tingling Brain

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