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Old 05-10-2019, 06:44 AM   #1
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Hi, I am new on this forum.22 years, male. Last 4-5 years i experience some neurological symptoms. All started with muscle twitching, and sharp short lasting pains, these symptoms mainly occurs in legs, but sometimes in arms. My neck/shoulder area is very stiff and when i do some stretches i feel some pain in arms which come and go on daily basis. When I touching lower back spots and massage it where i think some l4-5 nerves are going i experience buzzing twitching and mild pricking in that leg. When i do stretches for lower back and legs it really burning, it feels like tension is high. I never had numbness, loss of feeling or something like that.My worst thing in this story is feeling when i am getting hot, like body warming when walking, and body starts to release the heat, starts to sweating I experience pricking pains in legs on a scale to ten, 6/10. I have cholinergic urticaria (itching and hives when sweating starts) but i am scared that heat release inflame my nerves. If anyone had these symptoms, please share story and give advice, I will be thankful.
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Old 05-10-2019, 03:08 PM   #2
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Hi sempresb

Welcome to NeuroTalk; I hope that you will find the community as knowledgeable and supportive as I have .

Getting a referral to an allergy specialist and/or a dermatologist could help with your cholinergic urticaria.

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HI sempresb, do you have access to a neurologist? If you are experiencing a response to pressure on your spine, it could be a spine/orthopedic issue, but if it's been the same for years, I'm not so sure. I would recc that you see a neurologist first. Please let us know how it goes.

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Neuropathy IS serious.
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Neuropathy IS serious.
Yes, neuropathy IS serious and life-altering.
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