JUST WONDERING IF ANYONE HAS HAD SCALP TINGLING (PARASTHESIAS) WITH THEIR MS? THEY SEEM TO LAST JUST SECONDS THEN GO AWAY BUT IT HAS BEEN HAPPENING FOR 3 DAYS NOW. IT'S ONLY ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF MY HEAD.
I get a scalp tingling/crawling sensation on the left side of my head. It feels a little like goosebumps. I went through two months of serious crawly sensations... felt like bugs were crawling all over my head. Enough to drive you mad.
I experienced that sensation before. I'm a limbolander.
My feeling was on the left side just below my hairline running down to the forehead. It felt like water dripping, crawling, and tingling. It would come and go through out the day. I did noticed that the sensation intensified with heat.
It drove me nuts. Thank God it went away, but it did last for several months when it occured.
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