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Muscle Spasms, help!

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • June 29, 2008
  • 00:56 AM

Hi, I am just wondering why I am getting the symptoms I am getting all of the sudden. It all started when my right foot went numb to the touch in certain areas (top of foot and toes). I can still walk, but when I touch the top of my foot it feels tingly. The next thing I noticed was a very minute muscle spasm (almost like a pulse) in my chin. I really did not think anything of it because it was only noticeable to me in the mirror (I did not feel the spasm). The next spasm was under my left eye and was also like a pulse, but not as minute as the chin spasm. Then about 2 weeks after having these symptoms that never went away, I started getting major noticeable spasms while shopping right above the left side of my lip. I was so embarrased, I covered my mouth and checked out and got out of there as quick as possible. That spasm has not come back yet.

Now, I woke up this morning and had a huge spasm above my right eyebrow, the spasm was pulling my eyebrow down in fast spastic motions. I also noticed the spasm under my left eye and this spasm was fast and pulling downward. My left eyeball was kind of going crazy too. I also had the normal chin spasm, but this was very unnoticable. The spasms today finally went away (except the chin spasm), but I did notice that the right side of my stomach was spastic too.

I have suffered from chronic migraines for about 7 years now, that started around 22 yrs. of age. I am on a regular dose of topamax (100 mg.) at night to help. I was told (about 2 weeks ago) it might be stress and that this sometimes happens to people, but to call if the spasms get worse, which they have and I do need to call. I am not under any stress of any kind, except for my migraines. This is just sudden and annoying. Any suggestions????

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