It's overcast here today and I had the usual storm-related burning pain in my arms while trying to fold laundry. Arms felt heavy like I'm folding scraps of iron, not laundry. (fm)
I had a strange new pain in my very upper and almost inner left thigh. It was pulsating and felt like the pain I'll get in my upper arms when a storm is coming. Only lasted a good 20 seconds but quite noticeable. Not the everyday sort of ache I usually have. Shortly after, I felt the same pain in my upper and under arm. They almost felt like burning pains. (new)
I have a weird non-painful twinge in the inner corner of my left eye. When I blink or look around, it feels like it's trying to water. (new)
Had a quick slight balance woopsie in the kitchen. Had me taking a slight wobble correction step.
To catch up on what I've had lately since I'm new at tracking:
-Off and on over the past week I've had short times of a sharp pain radiating up to either side of my neck and sometimes into the sides of my face. (new)
-Ever since I've been on Cymbalta, I've had a tightness on opposite sides of my back like a line straight across with no tightness in the middle. The right side gives me problems and is usually sore. I seem to always be trying to stretch it. But this sensation and the pain associated is no where near as bad on 30 mg than it was at 60 mg.
-Had an infection in the right eye gland (bottom/outside) a few months back. My eye area was swollen for a few days and then swelled up the whole right side of my face for a couple more days before it went away. My entire eye area hurt like hell if touched. Some medicated Visine helped it heal faster.
-I grind my teeth TERRIBLY and have always grinded my teeth. Last year it got so bad I broke 2 teeth within a month's time. I must have grinded my teeth pretty bad last night, as my jaw and cheekbones are sore.
-Have noticed emotional and mental changes over the past month. Husband has noticed social isolation. I've felt fragile and sense I may be going through a life crisis. Still need to talk to doctor about switching to a better anti-depressant.
Suppose to have an MRI this week. Had nerve conduction test last week.
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