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What can cause systemic paresthesia? worsening constant, randomly located jolts, skin crawling, zaps and tingling. effecting extremities, trunk, abdomen, chest, face, scalp. mris brain/back clear. under neurologists care ruling things out. thoughts?

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Dr. Donald Colantino answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

In seeing a neurologist I'm confident that you had an appropriate examination & thorough testing. If you're interested in obtaining a second opinion, consult a specialist in neuromuscular disorders at a department of neurology at a university hospital near you.

Answered 5/24/2022

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Dr. Bennett Machanic answered

Specializes in Neurology

Might consider your symptoms are due to peripheral nerve disorder, if no sign of central nervous system issues. Discuss fully with your neurologist, and decide appropriate next steps to pin down etiology of your symptoms.

Answered 5/24/2022

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