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... I'm not so sure you were wrong, and in fact your description might be more precise: "Paraesthesia describes a number of abnormal sensations just about anywhere in the body. These include tingling, prickling, pins and needles, electrical-type buzzing, burning, skin crawling, itching, partial numbness (like feeling through tent-cloth) and a variety of neuropathic pains." ... (8 replies)
... when I bend my neck forward,I'll get electric impulse in my spine.I get another electrical sensation,I can be doing about anything and get electrical shocks in my right foot and they are quite painful until gone. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Lilc, I too have done the scratching thing, but these latest bruises came out of nowhere. Especially the one on my inner ankle. Can't really bang that spot, but the bruise really is unsightly! I posted to Kelli regarding her question of electrical shocks, in that now I've been getting them in my lower leg (knee down) preceded by a very painful spasm, so I'm still on the... (5 replies)

... Anyone else ever experience what feels like hard, electrical shocks simultaneously in the wrist, bend of the elbow, armpit and side of the head? ... (5 replies)
... The electrical shock symptom you are feeling could be from a number of things. Of course we have all felt electrical shocks...pains etc. Where yours starts and stops are a bit curious anatomically just due to where the nerve runs. ... (6 replies)
... Approximately 20 years ago, I had an intermittent numb spot on my left shoulder blade. It would come, it would go, I thought it odd, but not terribly disturbing. Then my whole pelvic area would go numb, might last an hour or as much as a day or two. Then the left side of my face would go numb, again as little as an hour or as much as a couple of days. Then one day the whole... (3 replies)
... When I have a spinal lesion attack, I will get that shock sensation radiating up from the back of my ankles up to my calves, every time I take a step. It has no correlation to moving my head . . . ... (8 replies)
... If you have an electrical cord that is frayed it's no longer reliable because the insulation is gone. Myelin is our nerves insulation, MS strips away the Myelin. ... (8 replies)
... I akways likened my shocks to the electrical signals failing to pass through much like a frayed extension/electric cord. With all my shocks, my teenager no longer shocks me ;) ;) LOL, but then I do not have a daughter to manage!! I am sure your neurologist can better explain your situation to you. My neurologist is excellent about answering every little question/concern... (8 replies)
... hot sensation from my little toe down the side of my foot. Last night I moved my foot and got what felt like an electrical shock from my little toe down the side of my foot. The "soreness" after that lasted for a few minutes. ... (5 replies)
... electric shocks were so stong my legs wouldn't work. The strange part was that it only lasted 10 minutes and then I was fine. ... (0 replies)
... A sensation of something crawly on my skin,the feeling of wet spots,that were not there,fatigue. ... (11 replies)
... I get an electric shock sensation in my toes and sometimes they will suddenly cramp up. ... (6 replies)
Probable MS...?
Oct 14, 2008
... Have you been tested for Lyme Disease? I don't know if it is prevalent in your area. Just a thought. (36 replies)
New symptom
Oct 8, 2008
... L'hermittes sign you feel when bending the neck to the chin like an electrical senastion in the limbs or spine it feels weird....... ... (7 replies)
Probable MS...?
Sep 17, 2007
... e also started judging distance wrong, and sometimes poke myself in the eyes, drop things more easily than before, knock things over easily etc. I also get faint electrical pusles through my body which scare the daylights out of me. ... (36 replies)




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