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I have been waking up almost every morning with an icy hot feeling in my chest. I have a constant pain and, popping mid upper back by my left shoulder blade. Today I turn my eyes and, feel dizzy/tingling in a centralized part in my head. Almost a crawling feeling on top of head. If I look down or other movements with head sometimes I get this glitch feeling in back top part head where I just have a feeling of blanking out. I felt a bowel movement felt nauseous at the time went to bathroom felt a little better. Then, I felt hot or, flushed from my head to chest area. When I swallowed I felt that tingly dizzy feeling in my head as well as when I smelled. Slightly tingly hands. I am also on my menstrual cycle to top it off. I have been have weird symptoms for a year now it just gets a little different every now and, then. It almost feels as if something is not firing or, something is blocked I don't know, please shed some light. Thanks for you time.


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replied December 17th, 2013
Neurological Disorders Answer A45420
Thank you for your question. You are experiencing symptoms that are coming from multiple body systems. It is unlikely that they are caused by neurological disorder. You need a general check up by your internist first.


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