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Wierd twitch around left kidney, horrible migraines. Feet feel cold, cracking in knees. Carpel tunnel ?

hah, well every now and then aroudn twixe a week a weird twitch will happen around my left kidney , lately i v been having head aches everyday since i got sick and had a horrible migraine , iv had head aches since the 14th amost everyday on and off, also my sinusus are plugged and leacing a micus discharge with my new nasal spray but it dosn t help just makes my head aches twitch. Also my hand seems to twitch, i guess cause i always crack my knuckles and neck constantely im on the computer a lot so i think im developing carpal tunnel syndrome . my feet also get extremely cold, when i step in the shower they actually start to hurt, but im constantly wearing warm socks. Alteast reply too a couple of these things, my neck and wrists,knuckles hurt aswell.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Feb 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear friend,

Thanks for posting your query on this website. I can fully appreciate your concern for your problem.

1. Firstly, the frequent headaches may be due to either sinusitis or migraine.

2. You haven't mentioned the name of the nasal spray used. But, use of Azelastin nasal spray (Brand names : Arzep or Azep) intranasally thrice daily should help.

3. In addition, use Nasivion/Otrivin Nasal drops - one drop in each nostril, four times daily for 10 days.

4. Steam inhalation (with PLAIN water) through the nose, 4-5 times daily.

5. Tab Montu-L one tab twice daily regularly.

If you feel that you get typical migraine attacks, do revert back to me.

6. Regarding joint pains, please consult Rheumatologist to exclude/confirm gouty arthritis/Rheumatoid Arthritis.

I am confident that you will certainly benefit from the advice.

May I assure you that I am always available for your assistance and will try my best to cure your condition to the best of my experience and knowledge.

Please feel free to revert back to me in case of further clarifications, if any.


Fond Regards,

Dr.(Col) R Karanwal
Answered: Thu, 26 Sep 2013
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