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Eye twitches after blinking. Is it simply stress? Am i feeling my adrenaline?

I hope you can help. I have twitching in my right eye especially if I blink, cough or even lower my head. The right side of my head feels sore. What can this be? I really hate when doctors always blame it on stress . Can stress or anxiety cause such symtoms for two months or so. I also feel alot of adrenaline in me but this could be fear of my symtoms. Please help.
Asked On : Mon, 17 Sep 2012
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Hello...there has not been any clear cut cause of twitch in eye which can explain has a long list of causes including stress...when there is no other complain except twitch than mostly stress seems to fit the answer...but as you have mentioned that you have one sided pain of head also ,,,,but further details are not given you better consult a psychiatrist who can evaluate your headache and stress also and if has anything treatable is there, than you can get relieved by it.
Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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