hi im having alot of feeling of pins and needle in my face neck back shoulder and arms and legs.all day on a dily bais.i just took an mri of my back and they said i have ddd of the disc.a disc bulge.could u tell me why im having all of these symtoms (symptoms)??and what i could do about it?/im alos dibetic type 2.
Welcome to the Pain Management Forum. I am sorry I am tardy with my response to you.
In my opinion the feelings that you are experiencing are from the nerves being compressed and your possibly the diabetes effecting your nerve functioning. There are medications such as neurontin that can treat your symptoms. I suggest that you discuss this with your PCP.
If you have additional questions please feel free to post again so send me a PM. Best of luck to you. I will look forward to your updates.
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