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Pulsating sensation on left side of head. CT scan, MRI scan normal. Due to usage of eye drops?

my mom has been feeling a pain free pulsation on the left side of her head for about 3-4 months already, CT scans and MRI were done and they were fine we are just missing cervical MRI because she had some vertebra fussion w/ also some spaces norrowing in that area, but that bothers her a lot, I am very worry--everything began when she started using eye dropps( gel) to relieve dryness.
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Hey. Thanks for writing to HCM.
To answer your question no eye drops cant cause any of these symptoms. Those drops are just to keep the conjunctiva or eyes wet for the normal functioning. Its purely coincidental that the symptoms began when she used the drops. For her symptoms does she have any pain in the neck radiating to arms or legs? Keep her posture straight and give her pregab M along with vitamin D3.
Hope this helps. Take care
Answered: Tue, 28 May 2013
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