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... Has anyone ever had a EMG nerve test done on their Arms ? ... (2 replies)
... I also have peripheral neuropathy and have suffered for the last 2 years after a motor vehicle accident. The EMG test is very painful and I don't think there is any cure for this. ... (2 replies)
... During the test I could just feel the needle a bit.... ... (6 replies)

... from my experience in having this done three seperate times on pretty much the same areas over a period of years,the most painful one was the last one done about a month ago. i found out that the areas where you have atrophy really are the most painful. ... (3 replies)
... Not something you want to do every day but certainly tolerable.. (3 replies)
... Anyone who has had this test, please tell me what it feels like. Is it actually painful, or just uncomfortable? :confused: Thanks in advance. (3 replies)
... couple of years. It is basically in my toes and feet. I went to a neurologist and she told me I wouldn't end up crippled or in a wheelchair. I had every blood test and it was diagnosed as idiopathic. ... (4 replies)
Apr 21, 2004
... I've had two EMG's done. Yes they are painful, but not to the point of not taking it because of the discomfort. Knowing what's happening to your body after the test is done and the peace of mind you'll have outweighs not taking the test. ... (25 replies)
Dec 6, 2003
... I've had it twice and I can tell you that for me, having my teeth cleaned is more painful than EMG! It's no big deal at all, unless you have a very low tolerance for any pain. ... (25 replies)
... have a lot going on. I was diagnosed with small fiber neuropathy about two years ago and I am now 65. It took a long time to get to that DX because I had every test imaginable first. All nerve diseases seem to need an exclusion process to determine what you may have. EMG's won't dx SFN. ... (2 replies)
... Hello, please can you give some advice - my symptoms are those of small fiber neuropathy, severe insensitivity and pain in the limbs but only in relation to exercise, they go away with rest. For some reason this new neurologist asked me to do an EMG (even the doctor who did it said that it was unrelated to small fiber neuropathy), and during the test it was by far the most... (2 replies)
... The EMG will come back normal with this type of neuropathy. I spent two years with a neurologist that kept saying come back in 3 months and we will see how you are. ... (12 replies)
... Hi Teteri66, thanks so much for the dermatome map information. It is an interesting tool to read about and does show the area's I am having pain at. I honestly think a good part of my issues are caused from my MS. Because MS attacks the myelin sheath. But then it could be lumbar issues too. But my MRI says mild facet disease, more so on left side (which is where the... (8 replies)
... nerve conduction study are subjective tests that are only as good as the person giving the test and the person interpreting the results. It is not unheard of to get different results if you have tests from different doctors. ... (8 replies)
... I am a little confused on not getting your EMG test immediately. What type of doctor ran the test? ... (8 replies)
... I was just reading your thread. I am sorry you don't have answers yet. That is the tough part. I had an emg done a little over a year ago. It was excruciating to say the least. ... (23 replies)
... NCT were not painful and some were. ... (23 replies)
... Hi to you two scheduled for an EMG and probably a NCV test. ... (23 replies)
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Jun 26, 2012
... be alot one day and not even feel it others. It subsided after some time but eventually started up again. My neurologist ordered me a Nerve Conduction Study an EMG test. ... (2 replies)
... One month ago, I had a shot of a muscle relaxer for some tight, torn, painful muscles in my back. It was called Norflex. Later that night, I couldn't feel much in either leg, and I was quite sedated. ... (2 replies)

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