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... cough. I had a history of LPR reflux 2.5 years ago where I developed substantial mucus in my throat. There was so much mucus I had to continually clear my throat and spit mucus out. ... (5 replies)
... acid reflux was SO bad that the GI and I both had those symptoms mixed up in with LPR symptoms. I can say that the LPR symptoms started one morning out of the blue 3 years ago. It wakes me up with my esophagus filled with saliva and it keeps me from breathing on my back. ... (5 replies)
... acid reflux was SO bad that the GI and I both had those symptoms mixed up in with LPR. I can say that the LPR symptoms started one morning out of the blue 3 years ago. It wakes me up with my esophagus filled with saliva and it keeps me from breathing on my back. ... (5 replies)

... that was unrelenting and unbelievable. It felt like an ice pick stuck into my back along my upper spine. ... (0 replies)
... i would VERY highly recommend an MRI be done up on your c and upper t spine areas. this could be the area where the nerves are being compromised at. your symptoms just fit more with some level of spinal affectation. ... (1 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)
... So things have been getting better and I thought all was well. ... (1 replies)
... Early November I started having burning in the vaginal area. Was checked for all STD's and treated for possible yeast and did have BV and was treated for that. ... (0 replies)
... that your neck got badly wrenched during the various dental procedures, something that is common enough. Problems in the neck have been implicated in trigeminal nerve and facial pain since the nerve comes out in that area. A visit to Dr. ... (16 replies)
... you may want to look into thoracic outlet syndrome(upper extremity only though) (3 replies)
... Hi, your burning pain sounds like nerve issues. ... (3 replies)
... Long time since I've post in here, but I'm back both to say hi and for some advice. ... (0 replies)
... I've been having some strange symptoms that have been getting more frequent and widespread. ... (3 replies)
... Ever since I gave birth to my daughter 9 weeks ago I've had issues. I'm having lots of muscle spasm in my neck and back. Then strange swelling on my cheek bones, with the back of my head becoming very tender, and shooting pains to my temples. ... (0 replies)
... I dont see much point in a neurologists diagnosis. I have friends that have burning symptoms, numbness and the neuro said no neuropathy. I guess in his opinion, there is no signs of compression etc. but where does that leave one? ... (11 replies)
Pain in left leg
May 28, 2003
... Hello to all. I'm not sure if I am posting in the right forum but hopefully someone can help me. Back in November I started getting lots of twitching in my left leg. ... (5 replies)
... he really does need to see his primary for an initial eval and then be referred to an ortho doc for more in depth evaluation and MRI.or he could actually have the MRI done thru his primary.Did this arm actually recieve any sort of injury at any time? ... (4 replies)
... I got off te LExapro to see if it was causing the burning in my back and neck. Ive been of for 4 weeks and my burning is still there. I have had a few Epidurals in back and then one in neck and no relief. ... (5 replies)
Need a lifeline
Jan 7, 2011
... Veteran members or anyone with any ideas, please share them with me. I'm ready to pull my hair out. I am so frustrated and mentally exhausted by my Odyssey of problems, I'm used to good health and my problems as of late are mind boggling. ... (2 replies)
What is this?
Nov 22, 2010
... something viral, or it could be one of various diseases. At the very least, your a neurologist or other doctor should attempt to rule out MS, ALS, Lyme Disease, and a host of other diseases or syndromes. ... (1 replies)


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