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... I heard that it is a very very painful procedure. I need to have a neuropathy evaluated but am afraid I will need a spinal tap. How painful it is? ... (2 replies)
... I have had several spinals, with no negative effects, except for the diagnosis of spinal meningitis! There is no harm in asking for medication to control any anxiety you have, but the procedure itself is not painful or difficult to recover from. ... (5 replies)
... pathy. I spent two years with a neurologist that kept saying come back in 3 months and we will see how you are. I underwent all of the "MS" testing including a spinal tap simply because I was in the right age range. Finally, after much research I realized that I had SFN. ... (12 replies)

... lm my nerves. They laughed but when my blood pressure went sky high they ran in and gave me xanex. Once that kicked in, they performed the test and it was not painful at all. You just need to hydrate well before and stay in bed for ten hours to twelve hours afterwards so you won't get a migraine. ... (5 replies)
... He did have a spinal tap and that should high protein in the spinal fluid. ... (14 replies)
... He did have a spinal tap and that should high protein in the spinal fluid. ... (14 replies)
... Your symptoms sound exactly like mine. I have been diagnosed with painful neuropathy and am scheduled for an MRI to start the diagnosis process. 2 years ago a neurologist said it was caused by too much B6 in my system. ... (9 replies)
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... rame, the bottoms of both my feet started to burn and feel like someone was holding a torch up to them. My fingers on both hands also started burning. It is very painful to say the least. I also noticed another symptom that really had me worried. I noticed that it was becoming more difficult to move my legs. ... (3 replies)
... This is for 6foot3. You mentioned a spinal tap. After we find out if I have CMT or HNPP after my Athena diagnostic test, my neurologist has said a spinal tap is next. I've heard that that is the most painful test. I don't want to even consider it. After your diagnosis, can anything be done to help you? ... (15 replies)
... my PN, it makes it so I can live but does NOT take all the pain away and I have some days worse then others. As I tell K my days are painful or awful. BUT have to live it the best I the hand I was dealt and try to be positive....I'm doing my best to NOT let PN run my life. ... (1 replies)
... vaccination on June 24th. Over the next few weeks, I did feel blue that the wedding was over and back to reality. I started to develop urinary frequency and a painful bladder and burning after urination. My Gynecologist said everything on that end was fine and referred me to a urologist. No signs of an infection! ... (14 replies)
... eck and traps that last for 3 months in rock solid spasm pain of burning in the area and down my arms and occipital spasms. I couldn't sleep every position was painful on my neck and shoulders and arms. Then they did a spinal tap. Nothing. ... (24 replies)
... Hi, I hope you don't mind me jumping in here. My daughter had GBS at age 4 1/2 (in 2005). She was 100% paralyzed with in 24 hours. She was in awful pain, we couldn't touch her for almost 2 weeks. We spent 3 months in the hospital and another 2 years in rehab. Ok, I say all this to say, things looked really overwhelming and hopeless for her BUT today she is walking,... (8 replies)
... st. Today I went back to the doctor and now she wants me to get further testing to see if I have multiple sclerosis. I was just wondering if anyone has had the spinal tap done and if it was as painful as it sounds. Also I could really use some advice on how to deal with all this pain. ... (4 replies)
... logist he sent her to last has dropped her, and will not refer her elsewhere or call her back. The p. care doctor wants her to go to duke hosp. and have ANOTHER spinal tap. He said she could have it without dyes, being pregnant. IT was very painful before and she is afraid for her baby, but we'll see how it goes. ... (24 replies)
... Spelled Neuro wrong...I just joined this board to find help for my daughter, who at 28 (and now pregnant) has had foot drop for 1 year. SHE had NO surgery, and that is the most common cause of foot drop, or some injury trama to the leg/knee or back. She's had none she is aware of. Her foot started flapping one day she noticed it walking. about the same period, she started... (24 replies)
... en you might want to ask your Neurologist about having a ''Spinal Tap'' done so the fluid can be tested. The labs check for about 8 different parameters. Its not painful at all and mine took about 25 minutes total as an outpatient....... ... (4 replies)
Aug 12, 2003
... I have been given a diagnosis so far of idiopathic small fiber peripheral neuropathy. This is a very painful and frusturating disease. ... (1 replies)

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