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sorry for the wait.
I am here.
I know you worry about your health alot
your prior blood tests show you are in excellent health
I bet your anxiety is causing your tension headache.
are you drinking enough water? not enough sleep or not enough water and fluids can cause headaches.
trapezius muscle in your back of your neck.
most likely the pillow you used in the motor home.
tension of your neck
you most likely slept on your neck wrong in the motor home.
you don't have MS.
that is silly.
you are in good health.
yes, xanax is good to treat short term anxiety symptoms.
yes, muscle tension in your neck can cause these headaches
your anxiety can increase these tensions.
you should try some regular exercise, stretching exercises, yoga, meditation, deep breathing exercises.
these can help
yes, tension headaches are common from stress and anxiety.
your good. those blood numbers are fine.
your WBC counts are fine.
you don't have to worry.
try some yoga or meditation or deep breathing exercises
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Hi dr David. Tiny blood blister on cheek. No pain. My
should be a link to your new question.
yes, it is normal for people to get a small blood blister on the cheek.
it is most likely a benign cherry angioma.
a benign cherry angioma can look like a small blood blister.
platelet counts of 178 is normal.
the bruise is just from running.
it is not related to your platelet counts or your blood blister.
it may stay there and not change, this blood blister.
we don't know why blood blisters or cherry angiomas pop up.