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    1. funkyfrog
      funkyfrog
      I wanted to ask about the lumps on your neck. Would you say that the back of your neck is uneven or unbalanced? As in, not symetrical (You can test this with your hands or laying down on a rolled towel or water bottle). My T on one ear dissapeared after I was able to correct this muscular imbalance. I still have it on another ear though. Also, please check the symmetry of your SCM muscles and jaw as well.
    2. Aaron_N
      Aaron_N
      Hi, I was reading a thread here and found that my symptoms are exactly like yours. My T started a few months ago. I noticed you list Myofascial Trigger Points as a cause. I did some research on this: I have poor posture and have started to have lower back pain. Also last winter I was particularly inactive, sitting at a desk most of my days and getting little excercise. I am wondering if you have any advice? Thx.
      1. applewine
        applewine
        I just saw this now. I don't see you on any thread. Check my recent posts in the last few days. My latest theory is that the myofascial pain is caused on the right side by dysfunction in the area of the gallbladder, possibly phrenic nerve, gallstones, liver etc. This refers pain up the neck. I also have dry eyes now which is listed as a symptom of gallstones. I have no pain after eating though.
        Apr 8, 2017
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    Gender:
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    Tinnitus Since:
    2008
    Cause of Tinnitus:
    ME/CFS, Dysautonomia