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Numbness of left-hand side, fluid flowing to mid-brain, air bubble in left jaw, stroke ?

hi, i have this feeling m going to get a stroke , i have been expreincing numbness on my left handside, fand some kind of a twicthing muscle which is painful and stiffens my neck and my jaws. lately i have this feeling like there is fluid(warm) flawing up to my brain and stops smwhre at the middle of the head, today i feel smthing like a air bubble moving under the left jaw, and its painful too, i feel like yawning and when i do, the air tends to go out through the left ear. please help
Asked On : Sun, 6 May 2012
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the symptoms you are experiencing seems to be alarming for every one however they are not that much complicated serious symptoms. you don't have to worry that you will develop stroke. there is nothing like that. All these symptoms you are having are suggestive of psychological condition mainly depressive illness also causes anxietly and obsession. you might experience certain other symptoms like palpitations, sleepliness, bodyaches mainly at neck and shoulders,loss of appetite and irritation.
i will recommend you to consult a psychologist for proper evaluation
Answered: Sun, 6 May 2012
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