i was reading the forum about burning skin. I have had burning skin that began on the backs of my legs 30 yrs ago. No one has ever been able diagnose & it comes & goes last hours to days. About 10 yrs ago I had a bout of shingles for the first time ever! The pain is exactly the same but without visible signs on the skin. I believe it has something to do with shingles!!!
hello, I am a 45 yr old female. Have suffered with elbow pain for the last 14 years, had numerous operations to relieve tennis elbow, had exploratory surgery and acupuncture for over a year. Doctor has finally said its a neurological problem and has given me cymbalti 60mg for night time and 30mg for mornings. This is not helping, what else can I do to help this horrible pain and weird sensation?
i had an MRI and the report says:
1. No definate focal abnormality is identified within the brain parenchyma.
2. A tiny focal prominance is present in the region of the anterior communicating artery which may simply be on the basis of totuosity; hoever, an aneurysm at this location cannot be excluded on the basis of this study. A follow up study in one year would be prudent for reassessment.
My family Dr. told me i do not have an aneurysm and that i should not worry but i am trying to wrap my head around the totuosity of a blood vessel in my brain. the one where most aneurysms occur. Should i be worried?
Just a quick note to say hi! the seizure like tremor associated with pts who have low H&H usually around 5 or so. This tends to happen just prior to v-tach. have u seen this? what's the term used for it?
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