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Headache, throbbing in fingers, twitches in elbow, swelling and soreness in face and eyes. What does this mean?

PLEASE HELP! My name is amanda I am 30 years old I recently have had some very scary things happning to my body first off ill start with something that happened to my arm I was watching tv and had a twitch or throbbing sinsation in my left hand the three middle fingers to be exact I opend and closed my hand a few time at that point the twitch throb traveled to my elbow so I then held my arm tight to my body and it then quickly spread from there to the whole uper left side of my body for ten minutes this twitch or throbbing was uncontrolable it was quit scary I went on with my everyday work and about two to three weeks later I woke up with my left eye and face very sore and swollen it lasted week and other things have begun to happen sense this I have not had all feeling in my face my eye droops some and being off balance and slurred speach comes and goes as well as use of my left arm I also have had very sharp stabbing pains in my head on the right side that are very sharp sudden lasting just few seconds noticed more today that im having pains in my vains in various places in my body such as legs arms fingers. That feel deep and hurt pretty bad I have been to dr several actually they can t find anything wrong but I cant get through my days anymore without this effecting me horribly I am scared for my life and need help waiting for an mri apt and it doesn t seem to be important for the dr im seeing I need to know whats wrong please help I also have documented photos of my face and swelling that has happend twice now please help me im very worried now a nd no one will take me seriously! There are other symptomsI could put down but these are to me the most iimportant. Thanks so much for your time and I hope someone can help me. I will upload photo and blood work on next page if I can
Asked On : Mon, 28 Jan 2013
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With the above symptoms that you have mentioned it is not fitting into any specific neurological disorder. But nevertheless if you give the details of all your investigations it could help in reaching a diagnosis and help you in relieving your symptoms. It would also help if you could if any thing you do relieves your symptoms as that could also give a clue to your condition
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