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Allodynia Symptom Checklist
DDx pain Symptoms:stiffness-spine back&neck, hyperaesthesia, Allodynia, Paraesthesia, 9/10 pain Findings:Undissipated Central canal, few overactive reflexs
Several possibilitie: Your history is not entirely clear. I am assuming that the stiffness is only in the neck? Or the entire spine? Is there a history of fever? If so meningitis should be in the differential. Also, where are the hyperesthesia, allodynia and parresthesia complaints present? I am assuming in the limbs limbs possibly. If so, central nervous conditions should be entertaihed such as MS or T myelitis.See 1 more doctor answer
Hopefully the link: Below would help. Excessive bruising or traumatic injury to a body part may contribute to allodynia. Http://chronicfatigue. About. Com/od/glossary/g/allodynia. Htm.
ALLODYNIA/HYPERALGES: Theorotically it is possible for both to co exist but these are two distinct conditions with different etiologies and it is not so common to see them in same person. Allodynia is feature of painful conditions like neuropathies, complex regional pain syndromes, post herpetic neuralgia, fibromyalgia and migraine and hyperalgesia is pain limited to viscera with different etiology.
Pain sensitivity: Pain that occurs from a stimulus that ordinarily does not provoke pain is called allodynia. This can occur from nerve stimulation from injury. If the source of the nerve pathway problem is found, then nerve blocks done soon after the onset of the disorder might have a better chance in reducing the pain. Some newer medications that are not narcotics have been found by neurologists to help.See 1 more doctor answer
What causes contact sensitivity at my lower back and side while I'm lying on a matress at night. It is uncomfortable. I overfeel everything. Allodynia?
Need more info: See your doctor. Need more history and an exam to be able to give any reasonable comment.
Which tests would u recommend to ddx? Hist: 2 yr cond. (9/10 daily pain, Para + Hyperaesthesia, Allodynia&episodes of 10/10 pain+intermittent back spasms
Allodynia: Go to the following web page as it gives treatment regimens for allodynia and an overview of pain management.
Do all patients with crps experience allodynia? I have a mild case, I don't have a difficult time wearing long pants. I've been desensitizing my leg.
CRPS: By and large the majority of patients have some form of altered sensation be it allodynia, dysesthesia, hyperesthesia or hypoesthesia.
Can you get opiate induced allodynia, numbness, changing of neuropathic pain from one recreational dose of opium? Took 2 weeks ago, will it pass?
Not aware of such: There is such a thing as opiate induced HYPERalgesia which is paradoxical increase in pain sensations or sensitivity, however, I'm only aware of this through LONG TERM use of opiates. I'm unaware of a 1 time recreational dose causing the phenomenon. I'd first check to see if other mechanisms aren't at work since you have known pathology for the problem. Appointment? Www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi
What are causes of allodynia localized at inner side of fingers and fingertips? And tingling and electric-like sensations at hands/fingers?
Carpel tunnel: Although there are other potential causes, the more common one would be carpel tunnel syndrome. Consult an orthopedist.
Fingers painful&slow after few minutes in even mildly chilly weather. No color change. Pain not immediate on cold exposure, i.e. no problem reaching into freezer. Thermal allodynia? Or would that be immediate? Testing for AL amyloid. Any relation?
DDX pain stiffness (spine, back&neck), Para+Hyperaesthesia, Allodynia, 9/10pain, episodes of 10/10 pain+intermittent back spasm find:diolated central canal
More information: I would need more information of radiological results but your symptoms are quite intense and I would hope you have an orthopedic spine specialist on board with your case. Your question is bit unclear too.
Six weeks post TLIF and developed moderate allodynia on top of foot. Is this CNS or PNS nerve damage? Is regeneration possible? If so, how long?
Can improve: Painful sensory changes in the lower extremity following back surgery are likely manifestation of stretching of the nerve root. This is a condition known as neuropraxia. This can improve, and may take up towards 12 to 18 months. Beyond that, improvement is not likely. Medications like Neurontin (gabapentin) may help minimize painful sensations. Certainly you should discuss with your surgeon.
35 yr-old started with paresthesias 4 yrs ago, that generalized to include autonomic symptoms and gastroparesis, looking for effective treatment.....?
Neuro exam?: Interesting case, but I'd like to know about her neuro exam. By the history, her symptoms haven't progressed in a length-dependent manner (especially given the facial sensory involvement) and this points me toward a sensory neuronopathy aka sensory ganglionopathy. These patients would be expected to have proprioceptive impairment-- if she is still a dance instructor, I doubt her proprioception is impaired. If her neuro exam and nerve conduction study are truly normal, I suspect any additional testing will be normal as well.See 10 more doctor answers
I think I may have adhd, found some symptoms in wikipedia. Is there any checklist or signs that I can check at home? Thanks!
See specialist: Symptoms of adhd may be caused by many different conditions which affect attention, impulsivity and concentration. In order to be properly diagnosed and get effective treatment, you would need to be seen by a specialist (adhd trained psychologist or psychiatrist)See 2 more doctor answers
Doc suspects SLE or AIH. Can u help prepare a checklist before visiting Rheum for symptoms of SLE and AIH, bloodworks & questions he may ask me?
Should: It make sense to have a check list and every pcp should have it.See 1 more doctor answer
How do I create a personalized checklist? The link directs me to this question creator. What do I do?
Hello: I believe that the physicians/ pharmacists/dentists create the personalized checklists. They are then available for people to read. Take care.
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