Join pain in the lift arm and the ringing in the ears

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ladies does any of you ladies get the ringing in the ears join pain in the lift arm cant sleep at night hair getting thin. please help I been going through this since 2016.

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    hi kim yes maam to both 😦

    my right ear rings loudly... and even louder when im stressed... i had frozen shoulder in my left arm... couldnt move arm for a year...

    and my feet sometimes feel like i weigh 500 pounds... they get tired and hurt...

    take care its a bumpy ride to say the least ❤❤❤

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    Hi Kim,

    I don't get the ringing in my ears but I get a really bad pressure in my head that comes with a whooshing noise, feels like my head is going to explode. I don't remember what it's like to sleep a full night and I am lucky to get 4 hours most nights. I do get joint and muscle pain but it's mostly in my hips and knees. My hair used to be long and thick, now I shed worse then the dog 🙁 Hang in there, we are all on this sinking ship together and you are not alone❤

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    yes! my ear have been ringing constantly since december. the arm issues come and go but i currently have them today

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    Hi Kim, yes I used to have the ringing in the ears but it stopped after a few years. I could also hear my heart beat when I laid on my left side at night. My hands and arms used to go numb with pins and needles and found I had carpel tunnel problem, had an operation on my wrists and not had it since.

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    yes I have ear ringing in my right ear since last year, that's on top of other peri symptoms including anxiety, heart palps, headaches. It must be the hormones because I never had any of it prior to peri. except during my first pregnancy. I feelmy allergies areworse too, I constantly get stuffy nose and ears feel blocked. It's a living hell, I can't wait for this phase to be over.

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