What Causes Shooting Ear Pain When Diagnosed With Parkinson's Disease?
Yes, it is probably related to Parkinson's.
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The answer to your question is straightforward yes, sharp pain from a nerve or a nerve root is a possible feature of Parkinson's.
This because the nerve may be compressed by tightness or damaged from dyskinesia.
In this case, an upper cervical nerve root may be responsible.
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