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Why is the muscle in my head above my right ear twitching?

Why is the muscle in my head above my right ear twitching?

Stress,caffeine: An isolated twitch of a muscle is called myokymia. It may be caused by stress, fatigue, or excess consumption of caffeine, or caffeine like compounds called xanthines found in tea, cocoa, and chocolate. It's usually not dangerous if it's isolated to just one muscle. ...Read more

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It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more


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I have had a bad head ache all day now I am having a twitching muscle feeling in my head above my right ear and right side of my abdomen a little?

I have had a bad head ache all day now I am having a twitching muscle feeling in my head above my right ear and right side of my abdomen a little?

EpisodicTension Type: Headache. More muscle tenderness has been found in patients with episodic TTH than in non-headache controls. However, it is not unusual for patients with TTH to experience twitching muscle in peripheral areas. Drink plenty of fluids, good rest and NSAIDs for pain control will ameliorate the condition. If concerned see your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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The muscle in my head behind & above my right ear has been twitching since saturday afternoon. What could be the cause & how to stop it?

The muscle in my head behind & above my right ear has been twitching since saturday afternoon. What could be the cause & how to stop it?

Stress,caffeine: An isolated twitch of a muscle is called myokymia. It may be caused by stress, fatigue, or excess consumption of caffeine, or caffeine like compounds called xanthines found in tea, cocoa, and chocolate. It's usually not dangerous if it's isolated to just one muscle. ...Read more

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My right side of my head keeps twitching above my right ear and its been bugging me for over a week should I go to the e.R or is it not serious ?

Needs to be checked: Get it checked it may be due to low calcium and you need exam and blood test and need treatment.You can see your doctor and if it is bothersome and you can not wait go to er and get tested. ...Read more

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Spams Twitching in what seems to be temporalis muscle above right ear. All different times of day and can last over 48 hours. How do I make it stop?

Spams Twitching in what seems to be temporalis muscle above right ear.  All different times of day and can last over 48 hours.  How do I make it stop?

Check the TM joint: all muscles protect and support joints/orifices. The temporalis is one of the bilateral four jaw muscles that mediates movement of the mandible. I RX checking the status of the TM joint for biomechanical function and to check for toxin, pathogen allergen affecting the TM function. Rule out Lyme disease. get this checked , twitching of the temporalis is not a common finding. ...Read more

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Stiff neck/shoulders, fatigue, muscle twitches, ear/jaw pain and stiffness, headaches/head pressure, very sore muscles waking up. Lyme disease?

Stiff neck/shoulders, fatigue, muscle twitches, ear/jaw pain and stiffness, headaches/head pressure, very sore muscles waking up. Lyme disease?

Not likely: You may have fibromyalgia. You need to discuss this with your physician and possibly see a rheumatologist. This is unlikely to be Lyme disease but there are other possibilities in the differential diagnosis that need to be confirmed. Your evaluation will include examination, lab studies and maybe imaging. ...Read more

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