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It feels like its in the lower right part of the cerebellum.Its like a tickling sensation.But its really irritating. ?
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Tejas Ozarkar
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In brief: Hard to tell
Although it is probably not emergent, there can be a pathology contributing to the sensation you describe.
I would make an appointment with your doctor so they can rule some possibilities like tumor, muscle pain, infection, etc. A blood clot that moves to the brain is a medical emergency. If you suddenly feel one-sided body weakness, cannot smile or speak, that is your cue to get to the er!

In brief: Hard to tell
Although it is probably not emergent, there can be a pathology contributing to the sensation you describe.
I would make an appointment with your doctor so they can rule some possibilities like tumor, muscle pain, infection, etc. A blood clot that moves to the brain is a medical emergency. If you suddenly feel one-sided body weakness, cannot smile or speak, that is your cue to get to the er!
Tejas Ozarkar
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