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... mandibular problems and the muscles of my jaws esp right but left going also are affected. Im concerned because it seems to be a neuropathy. ... (11 replies)
... rayefaye. Yes in answer to your question. I have been on clonazepam for 13years and the entire right side of my body became contracted and weak. Moving my right arm and lifting groceries always caused referred pain to this area and to the jaw bone in the face. ALways had probs with R jaw and trigem area swelling. ... (11 replies)
... There is also another type of dystonia known as Oromandibular dystonia which affects the muscles of the jaws and tongue. It causes distortions of the mouth and tongue. ... (11 replies)

... The pain and numbness and tingling moves into both hands, and oftentimes fingers. Later the same day it spreads into both legs, especially with cramping in the right calf and ankle muscle that helps you lift up your foot while walking. I also begin to twitch ALL over my body. ... (2 replies)
... Have you heard of someone having burning stabbing cramping pain from feet to hips and have to lay down all the time severe muscle loss And loss of body and burning tingling in hands and face .cant adjust to tempature either hot or cold with in minutes (9 replies)
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Mar 1, 2013
... s but then the pain got so bad in my left thigh that I forgot about the right thigh. It is constant, never leaving me. After standing, walking or bending I get cramping and pinching in the left thigh. I have the same thing occuring on the bottoms of both feet. ... (29 replies)

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