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Skull pressure, monocular diplopia, dizziness. Nose/ear blockages. Muscle twinges and shakes. ideas

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 18, 2015
  • 02:03 PM

Any ideas regarding symptoms of monocular diplopia and blurriness, dizziness, pressure on back and top of skull, nose and ear fullness and muscle twitches in arms and legs. Occasional toe and finger tremors. Very stressed as this has been going on for 6 months. High blood pressure not controlled by medication yet although going down slowly. Night sweats and tightness under rib cage and between shoulder blades.

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  • Have you been asessed by a TMJ specialist? (Temporal Mandibular Joint dysfunction) I've had this condition in my jaw for at least 20 years and have not been able to find help or get insurance to cover needed surgery whuch is called Orhognathic Surgery. I recently saw an ENT specialist because of dizziness, headaches and major sinus issues. He told me all of my symptoms are related to myofacial tension related to the TMJ. I've also had Fibromyalgia for 20 years and all of the muscle twitching and strange pain along with TMJ is related. I take Flexeril, a muscle relaxant and clonazepam, a sedative to sleep at night. Without them I would be a wreck!!!! Hope you got some advice from a physician and this reply helps as well. Good luck!
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    • September 20, 2015
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