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What causes sudden jerks near forehead? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2014
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User:Good afternoon
User:May I go ahead with my questions, sir?
Doctor:I am waiting
User:It's not frequent but rare which I sometime feel
Doctor:What is frequent
User:when I half a sleep then I feel all of a sudden kind of current flowing from one part of brain to other
Doctor:Is it in the body as well
Doctor:or only in the brain
Doctor:Do you have sudden jerks
User:only near forehead
Doctor:What is your age
Doctor:Does it happen when you just went to sleep?
Doctor:Are you with me?
User:not exactly, but yes when I open up my eyes theni realized that something has happened, and it's too fast like bullet train
User:it happens when I go to sleep andi and not in deep sleep
Doctor:This is normal
Doctor:THere are certain stages of sleep
Doctor:and when a person switches from one stage to other it tend to happen
Doctor:and it is short lived
Doctor:They disappear as fast as they arrive
Doctor:It does not require medical attention
User:oh really..i used to discuss this thing with some of my colleagues/friends but none of them have felt this,so I thought of discussing this
User:otherwise I am completely fine
User:thanks a lot sir
Doctor:Nothing to worry as of now
Doctor:Thank you
Doctor:Bye for now
User:bye and thanks again
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