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... with emphasis on nerve pain. ... (3 replies)
... I have the same problem only it is on the left side. After 3 years of going to Doctors I finally found on that ordered an MRI and nerve conduction test. The test revealed that I have cervical herniated discs with moderate nerve damage. ... (11 replies)
... What kind of treatment is available if it is in fact a cervical herniated disc? ... (11 replies)

... I am desperately trying to find out if ANYONE who has had a compressed ulnar nerve has my symptoms. ... (10 replies)
... am reaching out to this forum in hopes of getting some advice since I am completely at a loss on what to do next. First off, I am a 29 year old who started with tingling about a year ago. ... (3 replies)
... but when this happens it is equal in both hands. The tingling effects all 5 fingers. I am right handed. ... (4 replies)
Nerve problem
Nov 11, 2003
... t in anyway. Friday night I could not sleep both my arms to the elbows were mildly painful and numb and tingling. I couldn't get 5 minutes of sleep. I still have tingling and minor numbness in both arms. It gets worse when I lay down. I occasionaly get a twitching of the muscle on my left temple. ... (0 replies)
Finger tingling
Dec 9, 2009
... atories, pain pills when needed, and Skelaxin. Also, have had epidural steroid injections in both areas. Most recently, we have switched to facets procedure in cervical spine, due to the fact Dr. ... (0 replies)
... The dr. that read the report suggested an MRI. it sid some other jargon but I don't remember. I had ulnar nerve testing today and it came back negative. I was shocked! With the numbness, tingling and constant pain I am having I thought for sure It would be positive. ... (3 replies)
... Now I just have stiff toes and sometimes fingers and lips with a few burning or tingling sensations or a chill that runs up my legs and very dry eyes. But nothing at all like what it was the first three or four weeks. This all comes and goes. ... (8 replies)
... I have had a similar experience. Mine started in January. A lot of the initial symptoms have gone away. How are you doing? (8 replies)
... Hi all its my first post I had acute onset tingling in all 4 limbs basically I woke up on 11th Dec with tingling in feet that spread up my legs to knees and then into both hands there has not been a minute without it since I've had numerous bloods all normal I do have hashimotis disease which was out of range on tests and since upping med's it's now hyper thyroid they tell me... (8 replies)
... disc since Dec. There was some nerve impingement on the left nerve root. Nothing helped. ... (4 replies)
... I forgot to ask if you were tested for celiac. That can cause SFN. (8 replies)
... Hi Im still tingling constantly although not in as much pain with it as I was my mri of my brain and cervical spine was normal had a 2nd nerve test done only last week and that is now showing as all limbs normal where as one in January showed severe carpal tunel in left hand this has miraculously disappeared now so I'm not the wiser I kind of feel there's sum connection when... (8 replies)
... Cervical issues can cause symptoms anywhere down the line. If possible you might need an MRI of your cervical spine. Nerve symptoms are notorious for changing, they can do crazy things. If you experience weakness in legs or hands, you may be dealing with compressed cord or nerves. ... (7 replies)
... t you are being dramatic at all. Each of us has our different experiences as it pertains to neuropathy. In fact, one of my symptoms prior to being diagnosed with cervical stenosis with myelopathy was extreme itching. Now after the diagnosis and surgery, if you think about it, it's all nerve related and our nerves are everywhere! ... (1 replies)
... s from spinal alone would do post op also really depends upon just how impacted or compromised that area up in the spinal actually is too, and how long any given nerve or the spinal cord has actually been compressed or impinged. some is just reversable and some is not. it just depends. ... (2 replies)
Need a lifeline
Jan 7, 2011
... by about two weeks. Those sensory nerve problems lasted a few days and went away. ... (2 replies)
New to this board
May 26, 2012
... I have been having continual problems with my spine in both the cervical and lumbar areas. ... (4 replies)




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