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Left eyelid droop and left arm and leg pain.....?

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my left eyelid is seems to be drooped, its fine in morning but gradually goes down as the day progress whenever i take rest it becomes normal and also i am feeling pain in my left arm and leg muscle same for this the pain goes off when i take rest.......now i am feeling little pain in my left eye some time get dull headache on left side of temple.....i checked with doctors but they all say there is nothing to worry about its because of tension and anxiety no mri and ct done.....please help ?????
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replied September 23rd, 2011
I had the same stuff almost. My left side felt completely useless. Yeah it's anxiety I think and tension probably caused sciatica ask ur dr bout that!
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replied December 11th, 2011
Same thing with me... My doc is referring me to a neurologist to check for Myastenia Gravis but I've heard anxiety can cause this which I'm suffering from.
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replied December 11th, 2011
Same thing with me... My doc is referring me to a neurologist to check for Myastenia Gravis but I've heard anxiety can cause this which I'm suffering from.
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replied December 11th, 2011
Same thing with me... My doc is referring me to a neurologist to check for Myastenia Gravis but I've heard anxiety can cause this which I'm suffering from.
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replied December 11th, 2011
Same thing with me... My doc is referring me to a neurologist to check for Myastenia Gravis but I've heard anxiety can cause this which I'm suffering from.
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