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Old 02-12-2020, 05:47 PM #1
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Default Help! Numbing all over 7 months? Dr cant figure out whats issue

July 2019 BOTH LEFT ARM AND LEG tingling numbness with NO PAIN then few days later my cheecks and jaw line are tingling even tounge and scalp it varys and lessens and worssens throughout the day.... what could have happen I don't lift heavy and have been working on stregething program. went to hosptial and got cleared from ct scan and blood work for being NOT IN STROKE situation. but what could this be and is it fixable without surgrey

i also relize its been 7 months now any type of lifting makes me tingle all over.
neuro got me to do brain mri ..... got results written report says unremarkable....
ALL BLOOD WORK ALSO GOOD CALCUIM AND B-12 AND ALL

guessing thats good? also got neck MRI small herniation but they said it isn't causing it also got put on medicine for sermon that didn't help

now what? he said it isnt neck related? is this possible? or is he miscordinating ..... he said im MS FREE and it cant be neck related.... i do relize thou i wake up in morning sometimes with it.... and if i lift heavy bags with my arms i feel some type of shock through arm...... could this be related? any ideas?

I am guessing EMG IS LAST OPTION?
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Old 02-12-2020, 06:41 PM #2
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I don't believe tingling just comes on from nothing...just talked to my neighbor who has gone thru 2 hip replacements in the last 10 yrs and she has no tingle/burn issues. She takes no pharma drugs except an abx now and again for constant UTI's she gets. Long story there.

I have burning and tingle from hip replacement damage but take supplements to rid myself of this issue and it works for me. I've posted about what I take.

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But neuros cant find it... did all... brain mri... neck mri... blood test..., did all
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