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... is it anxiety or can nerve damage spread all of sudden because of blood flow loss? ... (4 replies)
... this nerve damage it seems to progress more and more. I've seen two urologists, a regular doctor, and a psychologist. Neurlogist is next on the agenda. ... (4 replies)
... Was it nerve damage? ... (2 replies)

... But. If your damage is mild, you take your medications and have PATIENCE, you'll eventually feel better. ... (3 replies)
... with emphasis on nerve pain. ... (3 replies)
... times and have had palps in the area of pain, kind of like a the pulse you feel when you cut your finger. Anyway, so I'm wondering if all this could be caused by damage to my vagus nerve. I haven't had any surgery, but I have had really bad posture at home and work, slumped over a keyboard or desk. ... (2 replies)
... If you check my post on numbness, tingling, weakness, etc. You'll see that out of the blue I went almost asymptomatic... My doctor wanted me to change from clonazepam to amitriptyline, to avoid long term dependency to the drug. I started two days a go to reduce my daily dose, from 6 drops to 4. In two days, with a clear progressive pattern, I went from clear cost to... (0 replies)
... polar, the other has social anxiety disorder. I'm sure my life is no more stressfull than anyone elses, but sometimes I have to say "DAMN!! ... (3 replies)
... ctual nerve damage and nothing more,there is absolutely no way to tell just how "bad' someones neuropathic type pain will actually be by just looking at specific nerve damage,no way in hell. ... (5 replies)
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Jun 26, 2012
... foot. Very strange would be alot one day and not even feel it others. It subsided after some time but eventually started up again. My neurologist ordered me a Nerve Conduction Study an EMG test. ... (2 replies)
... I believe that doctors should be even more aggressive in trying to find out the underlying cause, to prevent further nerve damage. If it was, an autoimmune condition, like CDIP, it won't improve until you get an autoimmune treatment, and it won't "heal by itself". ... (3 replies)
Jun 15, 2010
... only the very basics, it is wise to find a neuro that specializes in neuropathy as only then you will get all the testing needed to try to find the cause of the nerve damage. ... (4 replies)
... d most of the time it flares up in tandem with it, making it worse to know which condition is causing your symptoms. Believe me on this, I thought I was ok on my anxiety side, but after rushing more than three times to the ER, with two fake heart attacks in the mix, I could really tell that I was NOT ok on the Anxiety side. ... (4 replies)
... rheumatiod arth has the nodules and can cause all if this BUT i would encourage you to also research thoracic outlet syndrome (1 replies)
... ought nothing of it because I thought I slept on my hand. Despite this minor inconvenience my EMG results came back clean. I had the EMG results to rule out any nerve damage or spinal impingement as I have two bulging and a small herniated disk in my neck. ... (1 replies)
... reflexive. My EMG revealed "minor nerve damage" in my right foot. ... (0 replies)
... the nerves OUTSIDE the brain. True, both relate to aspects of nerve damage, but the source of the 'programming errors' is different. MRI's of the brain can include or exclude that issue. ... (9 replies)
... esophageal hernia and a mesenteric hernia repaired. Unfortunately, due to long delays in getting the large hernias repaired, I now have nerve damage to my stomach and intestines. ... (16 replies)
... ate nerve damage but not cause it, seeing your not feeling the burning sensation which usually means the small fibre nerves are damaged then the larger nerves or nerve roots should be looked at, possibly an EMG, Nerve Conduction test and a MRI might find out what is going on, really need a neuro to check it out for you. ... (8 replies)
... m sorry to hear about your pain. I too have some nerve issues from prior B12 deficiency but not as bad as you. ... (2 replies)

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