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Brain Zaps
Oct 10, 2007
... My brain zaps, shivers, electric shock, or vibration....whatever you want to call them.....are driving me around the bend today. ... (16 replies)
... Severe vertigo which was nearly constant and no movement required to set it off. Settled down to mild vertigo occassionally. Brain fog with the vertigo which seems to have settled down as well. ... (9 replies)
Nov 8, 2007
... One thing I am having a great deal of problem tolerating is the odd brain zap that seems to cause some sort of weird eye muscle spasm where if feels like my eyes look in 2 different directions at once. ... (4 replies)

... when the body attacks that nerve, the sheath which is called Myelin, gets zapped. This is why it is called a demylinating disease. The zap can cause lesions and symptoms..matching those symptoms up to the zapped areas can only be seen by an MRI. ... (15 replies)
... hear about your symptoms. I really hope the medical center you go to will help you through this. I do get all sorts of sharp pains in my body. I will get this zap like pain in my abdomen, back, chest and other places. ... (3 replies)
... You said something I want to comment on. "Apparently there are a number of lesions on my husband's brain stem, and the neurologist was very surprised he doesn't have major symptoms because of them. ... (6 replies)
... The brain fog though was so much worse and longer zap than I ever have had and that's what had me unnerved. To sit there and lose a bit of something so familiar to me was scary. Is this common? ... (5 replies)
... lar system. The marching in place with your eyes closed and wandering all of the room is a prime example of that. Your lack of concentration may be because your brain is working overtime to compensate for the loss of vestibular function. ... (16 replies)
For those with MS
Jan 23, 2008
... all MRIs are the same and they definately have the ability to manipulate the settings to get what they are after..without being told to do an MS study, or a full brain scan, they might not find anything MS related. You mentioned anxiety and thats totally true. Tingling can come and go with anxiety. ... (12 replies)
Probable ms?
Jul 31, 2006
... I have experienced fatigue, numbness in my face and burning patches on different areas of my skin. Also, occassionally when I sleep at night I get an electric zap that runs from the back of my neck into the brain. I have lots of problems with my short term memory and my family is beginning to take notice. ... (4 replies)
... feel the same flutters as were mentioned in another message! I agree it is like I felt with my children. It doesn't hurt, I don't see anything, and it doesn't zap me, but it is strange. Like little bubbles under my skin. I feel it in my calfs and sides of my torso. ... (2 replies)
... nge my DMD, I feel fine on them, however my MRIs show excessive new damage and that they are not doing much to prevent new damage. I have over 100 lesions and my brain is full of "black holes". ... (7 replies)
... at was what he was looking for at my follow up. Along with back pain, some of my other symptoms were twitching in my arm and fingers, tightness around my ribs, a zap in my neck, severe pain in my R eye that I had for about 5 months, numb big toes, and numbness in my face. ... (13 replies)
... MS is central nervous system disease, ie. it affects the nerves in our brain and spinal cord, but ultimately our peripheral nerves can be affected too. ... (8 replies)
... was tired, because it had to get done. But with this kind of tired, you just can't seem to push yourself in the same way. My tired today is just a total body and brain tired. It doesn't just go away once you start moving around. It gets worse!! ... (19 replies)
... MS, but I don't know what the differences are, they all sound so similar. I will say the only thing I have had done, is the positive elec conduction test and the brain MRI, and the bloodtests. ... (3 replies)
Jul 20, 2007
... no big deal. They did one arm and one leg. It was definitely uncomfortable, and I think that the hardest part is when they tell you to relax right before they zap you! How are you supposed to do that? ... (6 replies)

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