Fibromyalgia pain behind eyes

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Sleep is essential especially for fibromyalgia or any type of pain. If you can get 6 hours minimum you can better deal with the pain. Have you ever had a sleep study? I requested one and I have sleep apnea. I also take trazadone. It is an older sleep medication that is taken at bedtime. You and your doctor can decide if taking something would help. To me your top list would be your headaches, not sleeping and pain.
For some 6 -8 months now, once per 5-6 weeks and for a period of 4-5 days i get a very short whooshing feeling/sound that seems to be coming from behind my eyes when i move my eyeballs, especially from side to side. it is quite annoying. no pain, no headaches, vision is fine, eyes look normal to others... any idea what gives here???? differential???? thanx......
Thanks for your response-Yes at least I am not falling asleep at my desk anymore or at dinner in the middle of a conversation! Getting a proper delta sleep has improved my muscular pain-not that I don't have the pain anymore but it is not as exruciatingly painful now. Its great to hear you have a new doctor who seems to be giving you all the right messages. I have a great relationship with my rheumatologist ever since she said to me "Look at me Mary, look at me straight into my eyes.
When I bend my elbow and contract the muscle it is uncomfortable. I have also been experiencing the same kind of pain behind both knees, more the lower thigh than right behind the kneecap. I've been under a lot of stress lately but these symptoms are unusual for stress for me. My doctor recommended I go to a neurologist due to some numbness in the left arm and hand and problems opening my eyes for a few seconds in the morning.
I don't have some of those symptoms you mentioned, such as dizziness, black spots before my eyes upon waking etc. I do however have constant nagging pain in all joints and muscles with weakness but if I work hard the weakness will fade but once I sit down, then I can barely get back up after about ten minutes. I hope this helps. Plug Lupus into your search engine and it will give you the required symtpoms. Then Fibromyalgia, then low blood sugar.
Hi I have read your comments and I am sorry that you all are having pain. I also am having discomfort / pain behind the right rib area. Yesterday I went through a series of test including CT, Ultrasound and X-ray. They also grew a culture to test my kidney and drew blood. I have had to hold my breath to turn over in bed. Before I tell you my results I want to say that 2 weeks ago I had a colonoscopy and they did find a large polyp which was removed.
I would be anything from schoolwork, to internet browsing, to watching tv, to eating, to even just laying down in the dark and I would get these intense sharp pains on the back of my head behind my right ear. This pain only occurs in this location and it comes and goes. At first the pains were simply a nuesance as they would come and go and weren't that bad, but lately they're getting worse causing me to stop what I'm doing until they go away.
Fibromyalgia causes pain and symptoms on both sides and upper and lower body. It could be the start of it. It usually starts up after an illness or accident (injury). In the PC address put in "common symptoms of fibromyalgia" to see what else matches your symptoms. If you think you have it, bring a copy of the symptoms from the site (highlight yours) to your doctor and ask for a referral to a reumatoligist.
I may have forgotten some (as I tend to do) The only pain that I experience is behind my eyes which makes me question the neurologist's suggestion of fibromyalgia. From what I know about fibromyalgia, pain is the main symptom. I'm wondering if it's likely that I could have fibromyalgia if I don't have pain?
I could feel aches behind my eyes. I've also experienced some numbness in my fingers, and occasionally the lips. I'm just fed up of feeling exhausted and in pain. I can deal with the depression but the physical symptoms are terrifying me, so any help would be much appreciated. (Doctors seem unable to diagnose me with anything physical) I should also add I've had no fever. My question is essentially, does this possibly sound like Fibromyalgia, and can that be caused by my depression?
My story is almost 8 years in the making, so I will try to be as brief as possible! First "Flare-Up" - July 2002 Became extremely dizzy at work completely out of the blue. Symptoms over the next 4 months included cloudy/blurry vision, inability to concentrate/focus, severe muscle achiness, weakness in legs (felt as if legs would give out when walking or standing), tingling on right side of face & right arm, shallow breathing & chest tightness, pain around eyes.
especially when I'm reading and then look up and try to focus on something across the room - big time pain because my eyes don't want to focus quickly enough. Anyway, I take clonepin at night, Lyrica for the muscle pain and ibuprofen for the tension headaches, which seem to happen every day now. To don't tick me off - I thought of Lyme too, but that test came back neg.
and took my husband as you suggested before and told her that I had talked to someone who told me my symptoms sounded like complex regional pain syndrome and she was very open to that and said its a great possibility and she also thinks that I have fibromyalgia as well. She referred me to a Dr. in Willoughby named Dr. Harold Bowersox and wants me to do pain management as well. She put me on lyrica for the burning because of the nerve damage. We were in there for about 30 mins.
I HAVE BEEN DIGNOSED WITH PSORIATIC ARHTIRTIS AND FIBROMYALGIA. THIS TIME, 1 MONTH AGO IT STARTED WITH A SORE THROAT AND THEN I DEVELOPED GUTTATE PSORAISI, WHICH I HAVE HAD BOFRE. PLACED ON ANTBX. [PSORIASIS BETER. NOW GENERALIZED SORNESS ALL OVER ALL MY TENDONS. HEEL HURT IN THE MORNING THAT I CAN NOT WALK FOR A LITTLE WHILE AFTER AWAKENING. AND ALSO MY NECK IS STIFF. WORST OF ALL I HAVE HAD A HEADACHE NOW FOR 16 DAYS...I AWAKE AND IT IS STILL TEHRE. I GET STARTLED AND IT IS FLAMING WORSE.
Begin treatment for Fibromyalgia--your muscle spasms, and pressure behind eyes can be caused by muscular spasm of the TMJ, commonly seen with Fibromyalgia. 4. Finally, find a GOOD TMJ specialist and begin treatment.
I have no one else to talk to about this except for my sister who also has fibromyalgia. She is the only one who truly knows what pain I am going through. But she has a doctor who is compassionate and sends her for all sorts of testing and doesn't mess around. But they live about three hours away and I know for a fact that I wouldn't be able to handle the drive like that. I can go one way but not both in one day. My kids would miss to much school and I would miss to much work.
Any ideas, comments, anything would be most helpful. She's in a great deal of pain, taking Percocet and the pain breaks right through that medicine. Thank you very much and best to all of you.
I used to cry and be debilitated from the pain. All I could do was lay down. It isn't fibromyalgia. I do not meet the criteria. It doesn't hurt to touch anywhere. I cannot think of any other symptoms, but, when I write this, I think to myself, I am one tough old biddy for putting up with all of this. I still play on the floor with my grandkids. These pain attacks take less than 5 minutes to become fully locked and loaded. I know it the second it begins and have gotten quite used to it.
I GET SO TIRED OF BEING TIRED. IM TIRED OF LIVING IN PAIN. IM SO WOREOUT THAT I CANT EVEN HARDLY MOVE TO EVEN GET TO THE BATHROOM. 44 YEARS OLD AND I KEEP TRYING TO GET UP AND DO THINGS AND ITS SO HARD. I WOULD LOVE TO BE ABLE TO GET UP AND CLEAN MY HOUSE THE WAY I WANT TO ANDWHEN I TRY I HAVE TO SIT BACK DOWN.. I JUST CANT DO IT... I GET SO MAD. I HAVE HOME HEALTH AIDES THAT COME IN 3 TIMES A WEEK AND WHAT THEY CALL CLEANING IS NOT WHAT I CALL CLEANING...
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I have been through a lot in the last 2 years.. I have finally gone to a pain management clinic and was diagnosed with fibromyalgia. I don't know if I really have it or not.. but here is what is going on. Basically, 2 years ago I went to the doctor for a pain in my lower left side, it felt like a knot in my lower left side when I would bend over. It somehow felt tied into my middle back..
I have done all blood work CT scans X rays every thing says it is all fine and there is no infection no blockage nothing its so hard because no one can give me any answers and im in so much pain and still have such bad head aches they tested the pressure on my eyes and that is normal too it very weird but the right side of my head where my shunt is is killing me i cant cough sneeze yell nothing!
(pronounce ro-z-shea )It's a skin disease causing red pathy skin and it's a sort of adult acne without the big bumbs, i had laser surgery done on my eye a month ago and they couln't figure it out either, I have fibromyalgia and a lot of other pain problems and take a lot of medications, but ibuprofen, i just started about the same time this started but i really need it for my arthrituis..
Trigeminal neuralgia (TN) is a neuropathic disorder of the trigeminal nerve that causes episodes of intense pain in the eyes, lips, nose, scalp, forehead, and jaw. The condition can bring about stabbing, electric shock-like pain from just a light wind or a finger's glance of the cheek.TN usually develops after the age of 40.
Yes, have CFIDS for over 5 years..Got Dry Eyes, pain etc...Never had that before. developed over night.
It started with some pretty sharp pain behind the right eye. This pain lasted for 3 days. The pain subsided for a couple days and then I started getting pain behind both eyes. From then on I've been getting headaches. Some other symptoms that have occured are: double-vision (only when I look down), blurred vision, a bit of dizziness and balance issues. I've also been noticing some memory issues (forgetting peoples names and simple words). I also have light sensativity.
I neglected to mention that I have also been diagnosed by my Rhumo with "fibromyalgia" - which I think is just another word for "I believe you feel like crap, but I dont know why". This is definatley NOT fibromyalgia. The pain comes on suddenly most days, I can feel a dull burn and within the hour, I know exactly what muscles it will travel down, what area in my body will end up being in pain. It ranges from my lower back, to my pelvis, and my knees.
i HAVE to take it or i am in tremendous pain. if you need to take pain meds, take them. i wish that i didn't have to but i do. you will be fine. good luck to you and lol.
gait problems, stumbling without falling, and leaning to the right side when walking, pain in right leg when lying down, inability to sleep, pressure behind my eyes (though not alot according to my neurologist) ringing or fullness in my ears sometimes causing earaches the pain meds did not help and kept me awake The last lumbar puncture I had opening pressure was 20, that was in January.
when it began i thought it was just my face,eyes and under, so i was treated for sinisus for 6 months,and have a x-ray finally,it was fine.i guess now its more head pain, deep,but behind my eyes, in temples,and in jaw near ears. both sides? yes,favors, or stronger on right. not stabbing/lightening pain, throbbing,i feel like its like a light house light,..lights, dims,lights dims. nearly constant,settles some with meds triggers?
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