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A 29-year-old male asked:

i told my neurologist i could feel my nerves being attacked. why does he find this so hard to believe. yet its possible just maybe very vare?

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Dr. Eric Hastriter
Pediatric Neurology 19 years experience
Attacked nerves: He must think you are crazy for having nerves that feel your other nerves. This may occur when your nerves have a process occurring and your sensory system is involved. Try to relax focus on deep breathing especially the exhale of your breath. This may help.

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A 32-year-old male asked:

Has A Neurologist heard of the term " Electrical & Chemical Dysfunction and is this due to an attack on nerve cells ?

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Dr. Charles Gordon
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Doubt it: England is world renowned for its neurology. What you mentioned is quite nonspecific. See your GP first and discuss your concerns and go from there.

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