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... It all started early this year when I was running on a treadmill and started to get numbness and tingling in the left side of my body, numbness in my leg, arm, face and tongue. Very concerned I stopped exercising because these sensations would come back. ... (8 replies)
... Well the headache is not really a concern anymore....but I have continued numbness in the left side of my tongue. Additionally I get numbness in other areas on my left side like my hand, face. ... (8 replies)
... Since I remember I have this burning pain in the left site of my body. This include left leg, lower abdomen, left upper back, left arm, left neck, and a WHOLE face this include my tongue also. ... (7 replies)

... First after sleeping with my right hand tucked under my head I would wake up with my hand asleep. After a few minutes the numbness would go away. Then after a few days, the numbness seemed to still be slightly present all day so I thought I might have pinched a nerve. ... (1 replies)
... to make them appear white so they can see them. I had the numbness on my right side too. They found 2 small lessions in my brain. ... (8 replies)
... The left side of my tongue is numb. Also my top left lip which now is visibly different from my top right lip. I also feel mild numbness in both cheeks but more so on the left side. ... (6 replies)
... Angi, the back of my tongue is always numb to some degree, gets worse when I'm stressed, along with my other numbness (arms and legs). Regarding the nerve conduction tests: I was scheduled for an EMG the day I saw my neuro after my first brain MRI. She looked at the MRI first and changed the EMG to evoked potentials (visual that day, extremities another day). I never ended... (7 replies)
... Numbness can be a symptom of many things, it just seems a visit to a neurologist is in order. ... (8 replies)
Aug 8, 2005
... I know that when the numbness occurs with MS it's normally in the limbs, but has anyone ever had numbness on just the right side of the face to include part of the inner ear and just the right side of the tongue? ... (7 replies)
... I did have contrast through an IV, and the bloodwork checked for all the types of anemia, diabetes and so on. Currently my body numbness is not present but I do have a constant numbness on the left side of my tongue. ... (8 replies)
Aug 11, 2005
... I too have numbness in the right side of my face. I have problems with my tongue as well now and around my eye too. It can be very frustrating and distracting. Sometimes it seems like the right side of my face is tired or asleep. ... (7 replies)
... for about 5seconds. A couple months later had tingling in my arms and face. ... (5 replies)
... White patches should not interfere with blood flow as the white patches in MS are on the nerves. I hope that your results bring you resolution. ... (6 replies)
... I am in extreme pain down the back of my neck, travelling down my right arm and numbness in the shoulder, right arm, hand and extreme locking of 3 of the fingers og the right hand. My cheeks, lower lip and jaw are numb. ... (6 replies)
... are EXACTLY the same as symptoms I've experienced. In fact, I'd forgotten about the laying on the couch thing, I just don't do it anymore. ... (9 replies)
... I am having strange feelings of numbness in my tongue and back of my throat that just started this morning. I can breathe fine, so it's not that my airway is closing up or anything. ... (1 replies)
... My sheet from the doctor says 1) NCS - nerve conduction survey...applies small electrical shocks to the nerve and records how the nerve reacts to the impulse AND 2) EMG - the needle in the muscle (FUN!) test. (7 replies)
... When you can, you might want to get a second dentist's opinion just for peace of mind! It's easy to blame "everything" on MS and get really discouraged when, in reality, some of our ailments might be something other than MS and easily treatable. ... (7 replies)
... You seem to already be aware of your health needs and I think that puts you in a good position to seek out a doctor. high BP would be a great concern, especially with a sedentary job and extra weight. ... (1 replies)
... warm water over it making a hot pack, place the pack on the side of your face that has the popping, like over near your jaw and ear in that area and hold it there for a few minutes, he says it is stress that causes us to pop and grind, I tried this and it worked for a few weeks. ... (7 replies)

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