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... read up on L'hermittes disease... this sensation feels like an electric shock when you bend the head forward...its very common with MS patients, but can be caused by many other things as well. ... (2 replies)
... Most people are aware of paraesthesia when they trap nerves in their limbs by sitting badly. The resulting numbness and pins and needles resolve soon after the nerve is released. ... (8 replies)
... Electric shock sensations are sensory symptoms and also know as neuropthic pain. ... (8 replies)

... and go i can have them many times a day for a week and then nothing the following week and taking painkillers does,nt help because by the time you have them out of the packet the pain is gone again, Keep Well. ... (6 replies)
... I get this electric shock like sensations in my head as well as in the back of my neck. These shocks are really painful, but only last a few seconds. ... (6 replies)
... Acute MS pain. These come on suddenly and may go away suddenly. They are often intense but can be brief in duration. The description of these acute pain syndromes are sometimes referred to as burning, tingling, shooting, or stabbing. ... (7 replies)
... Now, I've developed two other problems and I can't tell whether they're neurological in origin or a result of having severe psoriatic arthritis. I thought I'd ask the experts here to weigh in. ... (1 replies)
... Paraesthesia describes a number of abnormal sensations just about anywhere in the body. ... (8 replies)
... L'Hermittes is one of many indicators for MS. ... (8 replies)
... I've had this sensation since I was about five years old. Mine, though, feel like what I think it would feel like to have an electric shock or lightning strike on the top of my body and instanteously travel all the way down and out through one foot or the other. ... (5 replies)
Electric shocks?
Dec 12, 2007
... I have had troubles with an electric shock or jolt sensation that starts in my back and travels up my spine to the neck and back of my head. It has continually gotten worse over the past 4 months. These sensations last seconds, but can happen several times within a minute. ... (1 replies)
... g, just feel weak. I take a really hot bath to see if that makes it worse since it always did before when this used to happen. And I could hardly pull myself out of the tub. ... (7 replies)
... nal neuralgia", and I know there is medication available for it. Unfortunately, I don't know what those meds are, but if you do a search I'm sure you'll get lots of info. ... (6 replies)
... This is the worst time of the year for stress,especially over money.Maybe having some else pay the bills,or pay partial payments with a letter of explanation.Some facilities will even let you have a deferred payment on auto loans,morgage.This may help. ... (6 replies)
... Thank you both for responding to my post, I appreciate it. I get these shock sensations a lot more lately. ... (6 replies)
... when I bend my neck forward,I'll get electric impulse in my spine. ... (6 replies)
... i get them on the sides of my fingers and toes, right where my skin meets my nails. ... (6 replies)
... I'm not saying you have MS, I am saying that the causes of pain or numbness when you bend your neck forward pretty much all need medical attention! ... (3 replies)
... on thanksgiving day is the first time i have gotten the electric shock, burning sensation,,, it was on the left side of my spine between my shoulders,,, felt like someone shocked me with a cattle prod and then burnt me with hot water. ... (5 replies)
... I have L'Hermitte's, it is often described as an "electric shock sensation down the spine" when you bend your neck forward. It also runs down arms and legs when it is real bad. ... (3 replies)




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