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... Hey everyone. Not sure where to start.and I know this is a ton of info but I need help..I'm experiencing a plethora of symptoms and at this point scared and fed up. ... (8 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)
... lotions don't work! I also get these other feelings and I am not sure how to describe them....sometimes it's a quick feeling of maybe someone sticking me with a sharp pin or possibly that "shocking" sensation, although I'm not jumping out of my chair or anything! ... (5 replies)

... Paraesthesia describes a number of abnormal sensations just about anywhere in the body. ... (8 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)
... These sensations and others are caused by the loss of Myelin which is the protective coating surrounding nerve endings. ... (8 replies)
... abrupt withdrawal from SSRIs can cause "paresthesia," part of "SSRI discontinuation syndrome," a.k.a. "brain zaps," or the sensation of electric shocks in the head and neck. This is awfully close to what I was experiencing, and the timing is right. ... (9 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)
... 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. ... (5 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)
... Hi, those shocks are called "trigeminal neuralgia", and I know there is medication available for it. ... (6 replies)
... my eyes burn. I also feel weak all over. Stress is a daily part of my life... ... (6 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)
... 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)
... A sensation of something crawly on my skin,the feeling of wet spots,that were not there,fatigue.I was a wreck,I think my stress level at that time was an all time high,which is to be expected. ... (11 replies)
... in his description of sx of MS he included unexplained bruising!!! ... (5 replies)
... 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! ... (5 replies)
... I get an electric shock sensation in my toes and sometimes they will suddenly cramp up. ... (6 replies)
... I think I've read a that a few of you have had the electric shock sensation in your toes. If so, I would like to know what your neuro has said to that effect. I'm seeing my tomorrow. Thanks. ... (6 replies)
... Hi, I have made my list for my appointment tomorrow. I have never written it out until now - I feel a nut looking at it all together ..... Here is it (a rough draft). 2006 - Extreme fatigue Low back pain - left side - 4 months (4 replies)




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