I am wondering if there are others out there who experience whole body numbness. I have had this problem for about 13 years and now i'm 31 and quite worried about it.
I have had tests done but came back negative.
Basically, my whole body is about 60-70% numb and it is really making me depressed and has put a stop to any career/job. I am able to walk and am not in any pain but desperately need a diagnosis.
Any feedback would be appreciated.Thanks
This could be from a pressure point being damaged or a major pinched nerve over growth of sorts, or something in your brain like a tumor pressing on something. These are my thoughts on this. I am very sorry that you have this going on. I wish you well. Prayer helps a lot. It helps me feel better and seems to make my episodes not last so long. I feel more relaxed after praying while this is happening to me. Sophie
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