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Hello everyone. I just wanted to give a quick update:
I have been put on Baclofen (a muscle relaxant) and it IS controlling the myoclonus. It has...
Aaand, the Etifoxine is not working either.
I'm going to the neurologist tomorrow.
I think it completely subsided after a month of taking it. But over the first few days when I applied the spray, there was change. The clicking...
It didn't. I went to a different neurologist and she prescribed Etifoxine. I hope it helps. Thank you for asking @annV.
Hope you are well. :)
Yes, Nasonex helped me.
It doesn't matter now, since my GP fucked it all up by causing me palatal myoclonus (from Amoxicillin).
It's exactly like this.
The thing is I also got a medicine induced palatal myoclonus so now it clicks anyway...
But prior to that, I felt exactly...
Thank you, but none of this is available in Bulgaria.
So I have been put on Clonazepam for the palatal myoclonus that started last month. The tinnitus is not spiking (knock wood).
This story is absolutely insane, in the way the people around you are giant assholes.
Tinnitus is not "a little thing", by this logic hearing loss...
For real tho.
@Fortuna117, sorry for your family situation. This is why we need to raise awareness for this awful condition.
One month ago I got a sudden onset of palatal myoclonus because of Amoxicillin (within an hour of taking it). So now, the twitching is still here,...
Aaand the twitching is back again. I'm beginning to feel that this is not going away.
I take Cinolazepam/Gerodorm (it's not approved in the USA) for sleep and it doesn't do anything for my tinnitus. Helps with the anxiety though.