My girlfriend have facing a weird problem. When she go to bed in night for sleep she feels strong burning sensation.Suddenly temperature of her legs go so high and she cant tolerate the pain. For this reason she cant sleep tight in night and the rate of depression is increasing day by day. I read a lot in web and find a term Presthesia,which symptoms are similar with the symptoms of my gf. Im worried about her.I ove her a lot.Please help me..What should i do now??
She is 20 years old..As far as i know may be this starts from 3-4 Months.No she did not gone through from any accident.
so is everything is normal with you.u lead a normal life with this.do u take any medication for that??
Pls tell me what shoul i ask her that will confarm that she is surviving with Paresthesia....Um reacting normally and try to take care of her more than before...!!
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