I have been to my internal medicine physician, eye doctor and a neurologist. None have helped me thus far.
I sometimes have pressure headaches which feel like the back of my head is being squeezed, as well as my forehead. Slight dizziness usually accompanies this, as well as a feeling of severe "jet-lag". Other times my right eyebrow will suddenly raise up high, feeling as though someone is pulling up on it. Then my left eyelid begins to droop. Also, I have begun having facial muscle spasms, which I refer to as a facial "tic". All are uncomfortable, and I would like to find a cure for these problems.
One doctor told me it is caused by stress, and the other is considering botox.
I will appreciate any helpful comments. I am over 65 years of age.
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