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Continual Pain

Continual Pain

Hi All,

Does anyone have pain that is pretty continuous in the same place?

Everything I read seems to say the pain moves around but I have pretty continual pain on my left cheek, ear and side of head. Just touching the ear causes it to burn up and turn red. Same with my cheek.

Been to neurologist, dermatologist etc no clue.

Thank you.

A MyFibroTeam Member said:

My pains always been centeralized its in my lumbar spine area and is do to spinal osteoarthritis and advanced DDD ... It is 24/7 n never goes away

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

I have it on my right side, same spots. You have a lot of nerves in that area on both sides of your head. I had the pain go into my upper jaw so bad I thought I needed a root canal and went to my dentist but everything was ok. Do you get pain in your jaw or gum at all? Have you been to your dentist?

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Yes I have continual pain in exactly the same areas. Head, face, cheek, neck and ear. I was told by the consultant it’s to do with the nerves in the head and with having the fibromyalgia it’s all related. I do suffer with sinus problems and that can also make the pain worse.

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Let me see I have pain in left arm, across my pelvis , stabbing pain across my pelvic floors down both of my legs to my toes. It’s normally excruciating pain most days unbearable if I’ve had a busy day such as today. My daughters and grandson came over I am exhausted and in agony especially my left leg. And at the moment I feel that shingles are starting in my face oh brother.
I loved seeing my kids and grandson I really appreciate the time we have together xxx

posted over 1 year ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

If you ever feel the pain isn’t right and different to what you usually feel, Please go to see the doctor and tell them that it’s a different kind of pain, to the fibromyalgia. Unfortunately because people are diagnosed with fibromyalgia and experience pain everyday, when going to the doctors for something different the do automatically assume it’s always the fibromyalgia and nothing else. But that’s not always the case.

posted over 1 year ago
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