About Me: Male, 50, West Richland, WA, member since Nov 2009
I have been having pain and weakness on the right side of my body for about five years. I have pain in the rt. temporal lobe, rt. eye, rt. neck and shoulder, rt. leg. At night my rt. foot and leg have muscle spasms right before I go to sleep. I'm tired and sleep a lo
[More]t on my days off. I had many MRIs and EEGs with nothing too much out of the ordinary. I had a sleep study done and it showed that I have central sleep apnea. I have dystonia in my neck and I get Botox injections every 4 months.
I see a neurologist. She does not know what is going on. I have some brain activity at night. The doctors think I might have some seizures. I am just worried because the pain is getting worse it seems like.
I am a left hand male. I was hit hard on the rt. side of my head about 10 years ago. I cut my eyebrow about a couple of months before everything started to happen. I take pain medication.
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