Eye-twitching is common to stress and being overcaffeinated. But given that you're getting what sounds like a variant of L'hermittes, I would see your neuro and get a new MRI and see if anything has changed. Good luck. :)
Iv only ever at most had a cup of tea a day so I wouldnt say Im over doing the caffein. I know stress can cause eye twitching but it just doesnt feel right to me that its causing it.
Im also getting shooting pains in my limbs. They can be quiet intense but only last a few seconds. These come and go.
Im not sure what you mean by a variant ofL'hermittes? Like just another variety? Is it not just a shock down the centre of spine while bending the neck?
Thanks a mill for the advice. I dont have a neuro cause I dont live in the same country as my ON attack anymore.
Yes, I just mean a form of L'hermittes. The twitching in conjuction with the shooting pains and your quasi-L'hermittes would merit a trip to the neuro asap in my book. Don't get too far ahead of yourself in thinking it's MS, but definitely get yourself in there. Also, as I'm sure you've seen suggested all over the forum, I'd keep a diary/timeline of when you're experiencing these things, how long they last, intensity, etc. Begin to look for patterns. Consider what you've done (exercise or at rest), what you've eaten, time of day, stress levels, etc. It'll help you and the doc in the long run.
Iv noticed something strange. When I have a shower my eyes start twitching. Other day I had a shower and my left eye started twitching, then my left cheek started twitching. I was thinking hold on a minute this seems to happen alot when Im in the shower.
So today I had a shower and again my eye started twitching. And just as I left my chin twitched for a second or too. There seems to be an association with this faical twitching and having a shower. Do anyone think it could be the heat or something I like a hot shower?