It has been 4 months since my symptoms started. I feel a lot of pain and heat on my scalp followed by needle pinches both on the scalp and forehead. I have been to my doctor, dermatologists, endroconologist, ENT and no one has been able to help. There are no lesions on my face or scalp but I feel like if someone had peeled my skin off and rubbed hot sauce and lime juice. It is getting to a point that it interferes with my quality of life and everyday. I also started to feel like my ears are going to pop (like when you are on a plane). This is constant. I went to see an ENT. I had hearing tests done and the doctor examined me and did not find anything wrong. Who should I go see next? I am sincerely desperate. I don't want to live with this pain anymore.
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