Every so often I'll feel bursts of electric pulses. I feel them in my upper head, the tip of my tongue, my palms and the soles of my feet.
Standing up triggers them. Turning my neck from side to side, especially to the left, also triggers them. Often they just happen on their own, though.
Each pulse is a fraction of a second, but they come in bursts of three to five.
I can hear them, they sound like bursts of static, not too loud.
They're not painful, just distracting. My head feels like it's full of cotton when they happen. Too many when I'm trying to do something else is disorienting.
Only health conditions are allergies, mild autism and low energy. Blood work is normal.
Basically, it's not that bad, but there's a family history of neurological diseases (dad has BFS and his dad has MS) so I want to know in case it's a sign of something worse.
I keep hearing about Lhermitte's Sign. I used to take Prozac and I'm currently on Lexapro (no other meds), but it might've started before the Prozac. On the other hand, I didn't have any other Prozac withdrawl symptoms even though I went cold turkey, I don't feel it in my neck or spine, and it's not painful. Honestly, neither med did much for me (Strattera was useless too, in case it matters).
Does anyone think they know what's up with me?