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Left upper eyelid twitching for three weeks. HELP PLEASE!!!!

to anyone who might have suggestions:

my left upper eyelid has been twitching for the last three weeks. it begins on waking, and then twitches about every 5-7 minutes. i'm really frustrated by this. i know homeopathy works with the entire system, so would be happy to answer any more questions as required. for starters, i'm 45, female, and my cycle this time is very delayed.

please help!
 
  imisanon on 2019-10-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Take:

Pulsatilla 30
6 pills 3 times a day.

Stop when menses starts. And start again when menses stops.
 
freehomeoforall 2 weeks ago
I would like to know a few more things before suggesting a remedy.

Are you talking any medications? It sometimes meds can cause such symptom.

Have you hurt your eyes recently?

Does it twitch only on waking or it happens other time as well?

Do you have any other health problems?
[Edited by Tui on 2019-10-07 22:44:47]
 
Tui 2 weeks ago
Thanks for the advice.

As my post mentions, it starts on waking and continues throughout the day.
No, I haven’t hurt my eyes.
Only other medication is for hypothyroid.
Other health concerns: I have some sinus symptoms, post nasal drip.
 
imisanon 2 weeks ago
Please take Agaricus muscarius 30c three times a day for a few days and see how you feel after that.

1 dose is 2 pills.
 
Tui 2 weeks ago

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