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Dr. Ejiro Isiorho
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Burning Sensation (Definition)

A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more


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Burning sensation on left side of face, started from inside nose to eye. Now its a line of burning sensation from my eye through my nose down my chin?

Burning sensation on left side of face, started from inside nose to eye. Now its a line of burning sensation from my eye through my nose down my chin?

Facial pain: Although most likely this is not serious, i suggest you see your doctor for adequate diagnosis. Rarely, in young woman, the immune system can turn against our own myelin of the central nervous system. This may manifest as an intense facial pain (trigeminal neuralgia in demyelinating disorder). Once again, is rare, but worth discussing with your physician. He may decide MRI testing is necessary. ...Read more

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Last night rt side of face went numb. This am my top lip has a burning sensation. Arm is a little tingly. Now my chin tingles and chest is burning.

Last night rt side of face went numb. This am my top lip has a burning sensation. Arm is a little tingly. Now my chin tingles and chest is burning.

Neurologist: Transient neurologic symptoms in various body sites are worrisome and should be evaluated by a neurologist. Demyelinating diseases like multiple sclerosis would be a concern. ...Read more

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Feel like burning sensation in my body n ants crawling?

Feel like burning sensation in my body n ants crawling?

Neuropathy?: You might have nerve inflammation due to infection, disk problems, vitamin B12 deficiency, Alcohol, pressure on nerve, Diabetes, Vasculitis, Autoimmune diseases, please see your doctor. ...Read more

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After sex, have burning sensation, everytime. It's really hard to find the open ing too. Why?

After sex, have burning sensation, everytime. It's really hard to find the open ing too. Why?

Schedule an exam: Finding the opening of the vagina should not be difficult. Perhaps you should schedule a visit with an obgyn to make sure all of your anatomy is normal. There are cases where the hymenal ring is not open enough to permit sex comfortably. Schedule a visit for confirmation. ...Read more

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Burning sensation internally?

Burning sensation internally?

Could be reflux: "burning sensation" in the chest may be related to reflux. Go see your doctor. A trial of ppi's and carafate (sucralfate) may help determine the cause and may need an egd scope. I have also seen "strictures" do this....The esophagus folding onto itself and you need a dilation by a GI doc. Your family doc could order a upper GI series to help him figure out the problem. ...Read more

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Burning sensation on left side?

Burning sensation on left side?

Need more info: Sorry, but it is hard to say beyond some general comments. The location, aspects of when it started, associated symptoms and so on are needed. In general, burning sensations or pains suggest nerve involvement. Nerve pain (neuropathy) causes burning and tingling, and be caused by nerve injury, irritation or infection. One cause of burning with nothing else can be a first sign of shingles.Write more. ...Read more

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Burning sensation when I use the restroom?

Burning sensation when I use the restroom?

Infection?: If you mean you have burning when you urinate, this could be a bladder infection which needs assessment and treatment. Please see a doctor. ...Read more

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Can hemohrroids cause a burning sensation?

Can hemohrroids cause a burning sensation?

Hemorrhoids: Hemorrhoids can cause rectal pain, and even a burning sensation. However, there are other causes of rectal buring to include fissures, dermatitis, infection, IBS, worms, reactions to foods or fragrances, and many others. An examination by a doctor is the best way to find the cause of the symptoms. ...Read more

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