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Daydreamer24
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This has been going on for the past, maybe not quite a year, but close to it. The back of my shoulder twitches, and my back twitches, along with my mouth. My mouth twitches CONSTANTLY. I don't know, why, it just does. And my eyelid twitches when I'm nervous or worried, sometimes. It's really annoying, but the big thing is my mouth. It's embarassing when I'm trying to talk someone, and I'm always covering up my mouth. If there's anything I can buy... whatever, please let me know ASAP. This bugs the shidookee out of me!

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KittenGoddess
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Have you spoken to your doctor about this problem? Sometimes things like twitches are symptoms of other problems that only your doctor will be able to help you out with. I'd suggest seeing your doctor.

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Celtic Daisy
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A docter definatly sounds like a good idea here. I don't think they sell any products for twitching, and you never know what the problem could be.

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Gumdrop Girl
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nervous tics are usually treated with medication. they're caused by your neurons firing off at weird times in weird places. please go see you doc, esp since they can indicate much more severe problems.

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