I been having this pulsing issue for several weeks now, and I googled this problem to find someone with the same issue(I have a pulsing sensation that I can feel throughout my body. It is in rhythm with my heartbeat and the heartbeat is always a steady, normal beat.
The pulsing sensation can be felt at all times (standing, sitting, laying down) but is more predominant laying down and especially on the areas where there is pressure upon the body. For example, when I lay on my back the sensation is predominant in the back, when laying on my side it is more predominant on my side, etc.
Does anyone have or heard of these symptoms? Can anyone suggest what I might be tested for?
Please give me some direction
Thanks JD from New York
Hi I had an MRI n got my report and it says I have 2 Veretbral hemangiomas tumours in the c5 & c6 areA I also have numbness Veretbral hemangiomasand a tinggaling feeling in my left hand fingers, sever pain in left elbow n shoulder, and occasional dizziness n loss of strength in left arm, what info can u give me regarding treatment, and any other important info on this.
Doc, im36 yr old female just had my meningioma removed parasaggital 3mm from midline on right frontal lobe. Terrible side effects b4 now its only 10 days post op. when will the tremendous head pressure go away? My eyes feel so lazy too. Other than that so more speech and memory issues and left leg mobility fully back
Just a quick note to say hi! I left a message in the Syrinx forum , can you please reply, I am so scared
hello Dr. i have posted in the neurology section about my dizziness, could you please take a look?...thank you in advance
My granddaughter has had 2 spinal surgeries in the last 2 months for tethered cord. After the 2nd surgery she was leaking spinal fluid. They inserted a drain but the leaking did not stop. They did a blood patch 2 days ago to seal the leak. Shortly after the procedure she got a sever headache, pains in legs and feet and blurred vision. Could they have damaged the nerves, and if so what can be done about it. Before the procedure she was looking and doing much better, but she has gone down hill rapidly. I would appreciate any help you can offer, thanks!
Hello i really need help! I am 17 years old and I have a 100% blocked carotid artery! the only blood flow i am getting is through little vains from my right side. i would like to know what is my life to be like in the future? how long will I live for?
Just a quick note to say hi! This is a note from Faith. I have had constant twitching all over my body for a year and before a part of my body starts to twitch, there it feels a bit congested. Do you know what it is?
Just a quick note to say hi!
This note is for yonnie. She posted her question in May 2002. I recently had sinus surgery and developed very similar type of pain. I am very interested to know what happened toher. Yonnie, if you receive this message, please send me a note.
I was wondering. What are the possible reasons of why my arm muscles keep twitching and my legs do it too. my hand has been numb for 3 days now. i get tingly feeling on my upper back, and ny arm feels dead. what could it be?
I know you probaby read many of these, but I was wondering if there are any support groups are available with people that see constant flashing lights that resemble tv snow for unknown reasons. They are worse when I get less sleep and when I am exposed to brighter lights. I have an abnormal brainwave in the area of the brain where epilepsy is found, but it is not epileptic. I used to have a migrain every few months 5-6 years ago but have not have one since. I have seen the lights for as long as I can remember. They became noticeably worse after the migrains. Do you know of any research being done on such conditions and how I can possibly help be a part of it?
also, her optic nerves looked worse than they did 4 years ago, pappiledema, is what the doctor is saying
Question for you, my daughter 4 years ago had an opthamologist tell us her optic nerves looked abnormal, very swelled, sent us to a neurologist, which the sent us for an mri which came back normal, so that was it, 4 years later at the age of 9 now, she is having vision blackouts, nausea in the morning, no fever or anything, went to opthamologist , which said these are "true" symptoms, went back to neurologist , got an mri without contrast, normal again, which is sending her for a spinal, what can cause something for so long, but doesnt have a fever, mind you, pseutumor states it is 20-40 years old , fatty diet, overwieght, she eats very healthy and is a beanpole and 9 years old, could a tumor on her spine be doing this? have any suggestions? Thank you Terri
I am just wondering you can help me: If you know any one who did the spinal de-tethering failed then to the spinal fusion to correct the scoliosis? How risky it is? Did you know any successful story like that?? We are very desperately want to know. Because we facing the problem seriously: we have to make a decision for my 9 years old son who has such problem. He is a bright kids but got condition like that. We need help!
I saw one of your comments to a woman who has trigeminal neuralgia and suspects she may have MS. I am a 26 year old female with diagnosed trigeminal neuralgia (about 4 years ago) and have lesions on my brain proven by MRI of the brain, but no lesions on my spinal MRI. I see a neurologist at the University of Michigan who specializes in MS and he has not been able to rule out MS or diagnose me, although I have mild to moderate symptoms of MS. Your comment stated that TN and MS are common with young females...now they are testing me for antiphospholipid antibodies syndrome which they also said is hard to diagnose. Could this blood clotting disorder be a cause of the TN? I know it can mimic the MS but is there a link to this and TN? I'd really appreciate your wisdom. Regards, Melissa