I had a knot come up behind my left ear about 2 months ago, I now have 2 more behind my right ear. They hurt all the time, like a pressure feeling. Sometimes the pain goes into my shoulder and down my left arm. I have noticed a weakness in my hands and numbness in my hands and feet at times. I also have had blurred vision and lightheadedness sometimes to the point i feel like i will pass out. I get very hot and wake up every morning sweating through my clothes. I have a history of migraines but these feel different, kind of a cloudy feeling. I am 37 and exercise on a regular bases and eat healthy, i am normally very active but recently been very tired, If someone could please give me some idea of what could be going on it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
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