Hi I am a 51 year old woman. My medical history is I have had intermitent migraines over the years particularly pre children and started again premenopausal, I have been post menopausal for 4 years, I have been on Livial for 4 years, still get flushes though.However, 7 weeks ago I started to get a twitch on my left eyelid. The twitch occured every few minutes all day, it did not do it when I slept (if it did i did not notice it) and when I tried to show someone it wouldn't do i (ie when i was concentrating). Then a couple of weeks ago other people started to notice it as it started to make me nearly wink my eye. I put it down to stress. But 2 days ago i started to get a twitch in my back just to the left of my mid spine at night when i was sleeping and also one just above my knee. Also I have noticed the twitch in my eye has gone.last night the twitch in my back continuingly kept waking me up all night, also my husband said i did a full body jolt last night at about 5.00am this morning, the twitch in my knee is not there.Help i am concerned.
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