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Please let me know on what drugs are you on daily?
what calcium channel blocker and what ppi?
Okay, the patients with similar to you really showed good results with amitriptyline. I suggest you discuss with your doctor and atart taking it at lower doses
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with symptoms* similar to you [ word missed]
Okay, I will opt out from this, so some neurologist will take over. Good luck!
Do you wake up at night because of the pain? Is it pounding pain? How often do you have it? What is your neuro's diagnosis? Did you have MRI? Does anything make it better or worse? Any medical problems? Any surgeries? Any medications including over-the-counter pills and herbs? Any family medical history?
When did you start the medication? Does the twitching cause cramps and stiffness?
If you have brain tumor, you should have constant headaches. You don't seem to have it because you haven't had them today. Do you have the following symptoms?
1. Conjunctival injection and/or lacrimation
2. Nasal congestion and/or rhinorrhea
3. Eyelid edema
4. Forehead and facial sweating
5. Forehead and facial flushing
6. Sensation of fullness in the ear
7. Miosis and/or ptosis
BFS doesn't cause headaches. You could have primary stabbing headache. It may respond to melatonin (3 to 12 mg daily) and indomethacin (75 to 150 mg daily). You could have BFS as well. You should try some medications such as beta-blockers, magnesium, or anti-epileptic medications.