I am a healthy 13 year old male and I have recently been having had pains. For the last 6 months i had intense head pain. I head random head pains like knives and then really bad headaches.I also had throbbing in my head which I sometimes have, but rarely. I also have pain in my forehead temples and jaw. I have had most of the pain on the left side of the head. I then started to have pains in my eyes and then my left ear. My left ear usually got clogged up and i had to open my jaw like i was yawning to open it. I have also experienced weird sensations on my head and through my body. When i go to the bathroom to poop the top of my head feels weird and also with my face. It feels like the hairs on my head are standing up> I get this sensation through my body at random points of the day besides pooping where it is only on my head and face. They feel like there are thousands of little bugs crawling on your head or on your body and their moving in a large circle and the circle keeps getting bigger and disperses, it feels cold sometimes also. I also have bad circulation. My had is also usually itchy.I have gone to a pediatrition who thinks it is puberty. I went to get an MRI within about one to two months within these head pains and weird feelings and the neurologist said everything came back negative and that he did not see anything wrong with me. I also want to say that when i shake my head the left side of my forehead starts to heart. If you have had the same personnel symptoms like me please tell me and please help me to find out what this is.View Thread
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