Hello and thank you for taking your time and trying to help me. My name is Travis and Ive been dealing with a problem for quiet some time now. I get these sharp shocks of pain coming from my head. I get the pain all the time multiple times a minute..at some points of the day its better than others. The pain in my head is also triggered when i tap on my jaw with y hands or tap the side of my head. I'm not siting there pounding myself in the jaw and head i just merely tap it and i feel the pain. I have also noticed that sometimes the pain is also triggered when i swallow..or even if im laying down trying to sleep and i move a part of my body slightly like my fingers or arms i feel the quick shock of pain in my head. I have had an MRI of the brain and it didn't show anything alarming. Were do i turn to now?! Wat can be causing these shocks of pain that are so sensitive that even swallowing or tapping my head sets it off?? Please help.....Thank you sincerely
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