I am a 28 year old female. Healthy no issues exept that I have always suffered from migraines. Stress trigers them.
Since before August last year I noticed that my right eye twitchers often, I have no idea why.
Recently I have started to have a shooting pain above my left ear up to the centre of my skull.
I am very tired so I go to bed earlier only to wake up feeling more exhauseted.
i guess supposedly this is just part or a different kind of migraines but i thoroughly disagree for myself. i have a 2cm brain cyst with mass effect so i think the 2 are connected considering i don't get headaches ever.
i would request an mri with contrast. however even if they find something more than likely they will just say its not related so i'm unsure what the point is in finding something.
good luck to u and i hope u get to the bottom of it.
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