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Old 12-05-2019, 06:39 PM #21
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Hello,

My name is Jean and what brings me here is because I am experiencing the same problem that you are, and when I googled the symptoms, your post popped up. I have permanent severe nerve damage due to a car accident I was involved in 2 years ago. Since the accident I've had to under go 3 surgeries 1) Cervical Spinal Fusion level 5 1) Had to have the cervical bones in the back of my neck shaved and 1) Carpal Tunnel surgery on my hand due to the nerves being crushed. Recently I would say within the last 4-5 months I've been experiencing sensations in my face that feel almost as if I was slapped. Sometimes it is only on the left, solely on the right or sometimes it is in both sides. How is your blood pressure? The reason why I am asking is because I've noticed there is a correlation with my blood pressure spiking when this sensation in my face comes. I am always in severe pain due to the nerve damage and am taking 150 mgs of Lyrica well the generic version of it anyway, to help ease the pain because nothing takes it away. I notice when the pain is progressing throughout the day, it makes my blood pressure spike to high levels. The higher the level the more intense the sensation in my face comes. I've been to the hospital several times and was treated for stroke like symptoms however, it was not a stroke. What ever seems to be going on with my nerves is mimicking stroke like symptoms. The ER doctors are saying it is something called Paresthesia but I am not sure if that is exactly what I have. It affects my vision at times and my speech. Maybe this is something you should look into. From my understanding Paresthesia is caused by trauma to the nerves. Hope this helps you and I hope you feel better.
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