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... WAIT! Please don't be deterred by the length of this post and move on to the next. It might be the longest post ever in the history of Healthboards, but I really need someone to help me or provide some sort of insight into these strange and awful things I have been experiencing. ... (5 replies)
... suspected MS when I went in for back pain and weird sensations and extreme debilitating eye pain in one eye, fingers twitching and numbness, muscles in arm and leg twitching, face on one side had lessened sensation, pain in my rib cage, malaise, electric shock in back of head at neck, and toes numb. ... (12 replies)
... philr, yes, I have some of these symptoms. I've had the anxiety for a few years, but the tingling and numbness only for about 3 months. I'm in the middle of all my tests, thought I'd share. I went to a Dr. ... (2 replies)

... months in the US. ... (14 replies)
MS Diagnosis
Nov 23, 2002
... flu like symptoms with no fever, cough. Numbness and tingling in both hands with tremors. Right had tremors more. ... (1 replies)
... Thanks for taking the time to read my post. Im very scared and alone. I would love to get your opinions on this. I make it in chronological order. ... (4 replies)
... Please forgive me in advance, but this is going to be along post, as I want to give you all the information I can. ... (3 replies)
... I got glandular fever twice and ended up in the hospital with the second bout. Then the real nightmare began.. ... (7 replies)
... and ended up in the hospital with the second bout. Then the real nightmare began.. ... (13 replies)
Heat Intolerance?
Jun 24, 2014
... like sensation which radiates down long the length of the spine or up through the head upon flexing the neck. ... (19 replies)
... n the point of collapse. I get nausea, I can cope with it, but its like a burning sensation. I get cluster headaches and nothing will help them at the moment. My neck is stiff, my arms ache, the upper muscles in my arms, using the hairdryer feels like I am trying to weight lift. ... (6 replies)
Could this be MS?
Jul 28, 2008
... esn't want to cooperate. I've also been feeling like someone has been poking me with a needle all over my body, arms, legs, neck, everywhere. And I had a burning sensation in the back of my left upper arm. ... (18 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)
... but the doctors kept coming up with reasons for all of my symptoms but none of the meds were helping. Anyway, Friday I met with a different doctor and he sent me in for an emergency MRI of my brain and spine and the found "numerous" lesions on my brain and some on my upper spine. He said they all seem to be "inactive" too. ... (10 replies)
... The attack that made me see a doctor started the day after what I call an emotional meltdown. I would have assumed (as I had in the past) that my problem was stress if the symptoms had been anything I'd ever heard of before! I developed severe L'Hermitte's (electric shock/vibrating sensation down the spine when bending neck forward) and it was so utterly bizzare I couldn't... (14 replies)
... numbness and the neck part subsided quite a bit. I had a few episodes of right arm "falling asleep" completely, either while in shower or when in hot weather. Every time I saw a doctor I'd be saying, "Well, TODAY it is here and there, the other seems fine..." It was very frustrating. ... (14 replies)

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