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... If you are on a SSRI and are missing doses or have stopped altogether, this may be the cause of the electric shocks in your head. This is quite different than the shocks you get when bending foward. ... (4 replies)
... what causes electrical shocks in head (4 replies)
... If you are talking about electrical type shocks in the neck or the back of the head, its known as L'hermittes Syndrome and its common with MS although people have it who dont have MS as well.. ... (4 replies)

... not sure what caused mine but like everything else it had to be the MS but mine were in my face just like touching a live 110v. but it has went away it only lasted about 3 weeks.not too bad considering. hope you find out what the cause is. ... (4 replies)
... Hi again. There is info on the web about "brain zaps." Hopefully this is what you are having because then there is a way to eliminate them. Good Luck!:angel: (4 replies)
... ttle anxiety, my psychological evaluation shows depression but with these daily symptoms that is justifiable and my MRI examined by a Neurologist is clear of the Head and neck area. I have had thyroid, lupus, etc. And a lot of lab and stool tests. ... (7 replies)
... Hi Lilc, 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! I posted to Kelli regarding her question of electrical shocks, in that now I've been getting them in my lower leg (knee down) preceded by a very painful spasm, so I'm still on the... (5 replies)
... I had it a couple of times before I was diagnosed but don't have it anymore. (9 replies)
... Anyone else ever experience what feels like hard, electrical shocks simultaneously in the wrist, bend of the elbow, armpit and side of the head? ... (5 replies)
Do I Have MS???
Mar 26, 2005
... There are probably some more symptoms that I may be forgetting. I feel like I'm about 90 years old if that helps explain it better. I also get these electrical 'shocks' in my head. They are not really painful, as they only last for a millisecond. They don't travel anywhere in my body. ... (10 replies)
... o another neurologist, who tossed out remittant, relapsing MS, but another MRI was negative for lesions, so again no answers. Years go by, the symptoms increase in duration, variety and intensity. ... (3 replies)
What to expect?
Aug 7, 2006
... It started with headaches and severe fatigue, then severe veritgo, imbalance when walking, electrical shocks in my head, depression, anger, and tremors. ... (2 replies)
What is drop foot?
Jun 22, 2006
... fire .I ran mine in the winter after physical therapy. ... (12 replies)
New to the boards.
Dec 16, 2005
... My symptoms started suddenly in May of '04. I had just given birth to my 3rd child 2 months before. It started with a horrible pain in my left foot. Then, one night a few days later, I went to get out of bed to go the bathroom and fell into the wall. ... (10 replies)
New symptom
Oct 8, 2008
... L'hermittes sign you feel when bending the neck to the chin like an electrical senastion in the limbs or spine it feels weird....... ... (7 replies)
... Right now my doc is wanting the MRI, she's also wants me to come back in for my GI issues, so we can get me to a GI specialist. ... (6 replies)
Leg paralysis
Feb 7, 2013
... It can be difficult to know if there is a trigger which sends electrical shocks like that. They can be annoying. You might take not to remember what you are doing just before they present and see if there is a pattern. ... (6 replies)
... open eyes' walk a straight line and the marching in place as well. ... (11 replies)
Need advice
May 26, 2013
... Hi all. Well I have been in pain for about 6 years. It has continuously gotten worse and spread all over. What began as tingling and burning in my neck and shoulder blades and feet has spread to my lower back, hips, lower legs, toes, hands, wrists. ... (9 replies)
... when bending the head down. You can trigger L'Hermittes every time you bend your head but the abnormal sensations only last seconds. ... (13 replies)

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