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... ups, been in the ER as the whole left side of my body went numb, am now seeing a Lyme Literate dr to at least rule out chronic Lyme. Been to an allergist, been tested for Celiac, Lupus, MS, RA, you name it. Neuro can't figure it out, says I don't even have Fibro. ... (6 replies)
... more dominant on the right side. ... (0 replies)
... proud of myself for taking this first step towards getting better. I also felt like I had some ammunition to force my future doctors to hear me before seeing me in their office for the first time. This letter was my voice and I felt it was so important for any doctor to read it before seeing me. ... (19 replies)

... Hi, your burning pain sounds like nerve issues. ... (3 replies)
... you may want to look into thoracic outlet syndrome(upper extremity only though) (3 replies)
... At first, it started with some numbness and tingling in my arms, from the elbow down. Though I didn't remember resting my elbows on anything, I assumed I was putting pressure on a nerve and causing this myself. ... (3 replies)
... I suffer from the exact same condition. Mine was caused by a pair of sinus surgeries. I experience burning aching pain in all my teeth and sinus on the right side. It is properly called Trigeminal Neuralgie, Type II. ... (16 replies)
... Before I had stronger symptoms such as a chronic cough, stabbing burning pain on the right side of the throat and chest and globus. ... (0 replies)
... I am a 32 year old female who was diagnosed with coeliac disease in 2008. It was discovered because I visited my doctor about a burning mouth sensation which led to a dental doctor taking blood samples for ferritin, folate and various vitamins. ... (0 replies)
... I don't know how different is the recovery phase from a chronic presentation. With Vertigo I needed three years to recover, where 2 and a half I felt it was still "active" or in progress, and it was not. ... (0 replies)


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