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Headache, back ache, strange sensation in leg. On nerve relaxant, What is wrong?

I am having dull ache in right side of head with sensation in right legs. I approached Ortho due to pain at back of head. He prescribed some pain killers and nerve relaxant i.e. MELOB G. Now discontinued all except MELOB G. I sometimes feel tweezing / needle like right side above ear. Doctor says nothing its only tension. But i feel heaviness when i lie down on side. pls advise what this could be.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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hello geeta
PAIN only on one side of head could be due to trigeminal neuralgia(such pain is electric shock like and doesnt go behind the ears or down in the neck) your pain is dull ache so it can be ruled out.....but if you have irritation or pain in other parts of body too then it could be generalised weakness either due to electrolyte imbalance or due to some depression....if you do not have some depression or other medical illness ,get your ears checked .
if ears are normal take multivitamins and healthy nutritious diet and take a break from busy schedule.
Answered: Sun, 7 Apr 2013
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