Diagnosed with cervical/thoracic syrinx. Also have very small chiari. Have had migraines, chronic daily headaches, fatigue, hand tremors, etc. Also have had severe stabbing right sided abdominal pain for 5 years. Does anyone else have this symptom?
Also been diagnosed the fibromyalgia.
It all depends on what u mean, but I have had severe pains in my side as well as stomach pains...the latter from GERD which many with chiari and EDS r prone to get and the other is when my rib cage sublexes...it can be from the way I reach for something , yawn, who knows...but it hurts like heck till it moves back into place....We r all different and have different issues...make sure u mention all ur pains to ur Drs so they can check to see what it is , it does not have to be related to ur chiari, POTS, or other related issue...
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