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... The best way I can describe my nerve pain is also that it feels like an electric shock or jolts of electricity running down my leg or arm. It's very sharp and sudden. Over the years, on occasion i've had tiny little jolt like feelings on various parts of my body, but mostly on my back. ... (18 replies)
... My nerve pain is a burning ,electrical shock type pain.sudden jolting bursts that can knock me off my feet. ... (18 replies)
... For me with my nerve pain whether it be in my legs or arm, I can best describe it as a jolt of electricity being shot thru me. The nerve problem will also cause the tingling and numbness also. My muscle pain causes the burning and aching. ... (18 replies)

... I do commend you for trying to get to the bottom of your pain issues as you have ridden a long hard road, with very little help and this saddens me. ... (36 replies)
... ou don't get hit so hard in the wallett. I picked up 120 30mg tabs for 89 dllars. It certainly draws less attn then having to get 720 5mg tabs.They come in 15mg and 30mg , mallinckrodt makes a version, and so does Amide pharma. Just ask your pharmacist to order it a week ahead of time. ... (14 replies)
... Hi Treze, That was the fastest I have ever been in and out of the hospital for testing. Just a little over an hour for an EKG ,blood work and chest Xray. pretty impressive. ... (7 replies)
... k done on the actual nerves the PM wants to ablate to actually see if getting the particular individual nerves out of the overall picture would actually make any difference FIRST? ... (18 replies)
... pretty much in your situation where an insuarance company couldn't even think of anything else for me to try so they really had no alternative to aprove my tiral and pump. Everything has to be aproved in some way, but what concernerns me is the promise of complete relief. ... (16 replies)
... you responded to debilitating pain and muscle spasm. ... (12 replies)
Pain Pump
Apr 25, 2006
... Hi Diane, I had a medtronics pump put in a about 2 years ago. True the medtronics is batery driven but it's also operated by a computer and a dose increase can be done with a telenmetry unit VS a continus flow pump that delivers a costant rate. ... (3 replies)
... Hey Lisa, Sorry about typing errors yesterday, I was miserable and trying to get out of the seated position but also wanted to reply. I hope you were able to get what I was trying to say. ... (3 replies)
... One of he major principles of chronic pain management with opiates is that it's easier to keep pain in check than it is to bring a high level of pain down. This requires meds around the clock. ... (6 replies)
... You will find nothing but warmth, compassion and companionship here on these boards. This has become a refuge for me in trying to battle chronic pain. Everyone here is in the same boat. ... (9 replies)
... There is little difference between a pulled muscle and a torn muscle, unless the muscle is completely torn into two pieces, then there is a big difference. When the muscle is stretched too far the muscles fibres can break, causing a pull or tear. ... (8 replies)
... since they cannot actually paralyze you as they usually do during surgerys so they CAN monitor the motor and sensory. ... (8 replies)
... d. Ihated my foot getting warm like that! I am also having hair come out by the fistfull. My feet are making me insane with pain. Its trying to creep up my legs. And the sweating! Driving me. I am going to be super up front about my pain at next PM appt. This hero strong act is NOT working. ... (11 replies)
... and DO be totally and completely honest with letting your PM both see and hear you explain just how much your pain is impacting your life, along with what is and is not working. they cannot help you with what they do not know is actually going on in you unless YOU speak up and let them know. ... (11 replies)
... find out just what is actually possibly generating your symptoms here with MRI,that would really help in finding the best possible meds to help with the overall pain and other symptoms too, ya know what i mean? ... (11 replies)
... y first PM who didn't believe in prescribing narcotics for chronic pain. He treated me like it was all in my head, anyway. What a jerk. Anyway...I found a new PM and have been going to him ever since. ... (11 replies)
... Chronic pain and depression go hand in hand. It is often essential to be treated for both. Simply increasing pain medication is not always the answer. Most PM's will refer patients out for counseling services. ... (10 replies)

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