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Dr. Donald McCarren
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Muscle Twitching (Definition)

Muscle twitching is a symptom where a person has involuntary contractions of one ...Read more


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I have been experiencing head pressure, lots of dizziness, sensation of leakage in my ear, and now my eyes are twitching a lot. These symptoms have b?

I have been experiencing head pressure, lots of dizziness, sensation of leakage in my ear,  and now my eyes are twitching a lot. These symptoms have b?

Could be virus, : Could be virus, sinusitis, food sensitivities (some patients get this with early gluten sensitivity: avoid gluten for 2mo to see if helps. Eye twitching (myokymia) likely due to unstable tear film, stress, excess caffeine, poor sleep, or too much chocolate. ...Read more

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What is the twitching above my ear?

What is the twitching above my ear?

Uncertain: Are you talking about muscles above your ear or the ear itself ? Difficult to help you with such limited data. ...Read more

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Twitching on left side of head above ear?

Twitching on left side of head above ear?

Unimportant?: Muscle twitching in a limited area unlikely to be due to any major disorder at your age stress is the likeliest cause. ...Read more

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Been having twitching, right side of head above ear, been noticing it everyday, cause for concern?

No: This is something called a benign fasciculation (twitch). These are harmless though irritating and can be brought on by fatigue or anxiety, though more often than not, they occur spontaneously - "out of the blue". They generally come and go and can show up in various parts of the body, e.g. eyelid, thigh, calf. ...Read more

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Why are muscles on my legs, stomach, and mostly above the ear twitching? There is no pain but it happens so much it is worrying.

Why are muscles on my legs, stomach, and mostly above the ear twitching? There is no pain but it happens so much it is worrying.

Med history: Metabolic imbalance and electrolyte deficiencies can cause twitching. Also nerve disorders could be a source. Have it checked by your family doctor or orthopedist or rheumatologist as options. ...Read more