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tingling, hot sensations, and feeling shaky

  I was wondering if you could tell me what generally causes hot sensations throughout the whole body, head hands arms legs feet? Is this a nerve problem? OR a sign of MS. I also feel very shaky inside, even after I have eaten. I have had some blood work done, sed. rate was fine, thryoid fine, . I am feeling so frustrated because no one seems to have an answer for the feeling of being burned all over in spots. It is making me very anxious. Can anxiety cause this, although I dont feel stressed. But just the not knowing is bothersome to me. I also feel like there are bugs crawling on my head. Have you heard of this? What causes that?  Thank you in advance for your help.. Sharon... please anyone email me if you have similar symptoms.***@****
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The sensation you describe is quite non specific, that is to say it does
not fit into the area of distribution of any one nerve or group of nerves
not does it correspond to a specific area of abnormality in the brain.
Furthermore this is not a type of sensation which is usually correlted
with any specific disease process or underlying problem.
In the absence of any abnormalities on testing it is probable that this
does not result from any serious underlying organic diesae and may well
be a manifestation of anxiety.
So the answer to your question is that there is no known neurological
cause for the symptoms you describe, althought the combination you describe
is frequently associated with anxiety.
I can see nothing in you message which would suggest MS or a similar
serious neurological condition.

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