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Pain behind head?: I assume you mean pain in THE BACK of your head, not behind it. It could be nothing, but it also could be occipital neuralgia. This is usually diagnosed and treated by internists or neurologists. The diagnosis is entirely clinical (no tests are useful). This is just a guess. There's no substitute for a hands-on evaluation in a doctor's office. ...Read more
A condition in which a person cannot circulate enough blood (carrying oxygen and nutrients) to the vital organs in the body. If shock persists, various parts of the body will stop working, and the person will die. Causes of shock include injuries, excessive bleeding, heart failure, infections, chemical imbalances, ...Read more
Possible seizure: The shock you describe are neurons many of them firing at once. Normally, impulses propagate from neuron to neuron in an organized fashion to illicit a response. These neurons can be a part of the ANS which are impulses generated by the cortex whereas impulses from the lmn occur when you initiate an action such as writing. When too manry neurons fire uncoordinated at once may be your problem. ...Read more
Shocks in arms: Lots of things could cause this, however the most common thing is neck pathology where the nerves travel down from the brain to to arms. If there is any narrowing or pinching of the nerves this could cause it. Be careful with your neck, it holds your head on. See your doctor for other causes that could present this way. ...Read more
What would little tiny electrical shocks I feel in my lower back and shoulder blades be caused by?
Many sources can result in referred pain to the shoulder blade. Along with the neurogenic sources like cervical (c6 for example) and the suprascapular nerve, we also see many patients with occult shoulder pathology have referred pain to this area. Patients who are very flexible can also have occult shoulder instability refer pain to this area.
http://theshouldercenter. Com/shoulder-pain. Htm. ...Read more
I am having electrical shock tingling itching sensations all over my body, bilaterally including sometimes? What should I do?
Neuralgic pain: You are describing diffuse neuralgic type of pains all over your body. See a neurologist. Even if no cause is found it can be controlled with medications. ...Read more
What do you advise if I'm having electrical shock tingling itching sensations all over my body, bilaterally including sometimes?
What could this be: feels like an electrical shock to the brain? Someone I know has been having this problem. She's been having a very painful, as she refers to, "electrical shock" to her brain. She had it for the first time when I was with her in the mi
What causes an electrical shock like feeling and your vision to scramble. Only lasts a sec or two. Does not hurt. You could fall almost like fainting?
I have been experiencing occasions of what feels like electrical shock. It only happens about once every 3-4 months, and it lasts about 3-4 seconds.?
Need more info: Where on the body do the symptoms occur or where does the 'shock' originate/ radiate to? Is the 'electrical shock' initiated by any particular movement? The sensation of an electrical shock can reflect an ailment however it would depend on where and when the symptoms occur, as some symptoms would be less worrisome than others. ...Read more
Rebooting the system: Our heart works through electrical pathways. If these pathways get out of sync or mixed up then sometimes cardioversion or defibrillation a.K.A. "reboot of the system" can get the electricity back in sync. ...Read more
What is the name of an electrical shock delivered to the heart to correct abnormal heart rhythms?
I've been suffering from what feels like electrical shocks in my stomach for over a year. They come at random times and don't last long?
Your symptoms are: Unlikely to be related to anything serious. This is most likely something cutaneous or related to musculo skeletal issues. You should be evaluated by a health care professional and perhaps obtain some baseline blood work but otherwise I would not be too concerned by this. ...Read more
Highly effective: It "sets the clock back to zero" so to speak. It synchronizes all the electrically conducting cells in the heart to begin their cycle at the same instant. It interrupts and stops abnormal rhythms. It doesn't hurt and there are generally no side effects so in that regard, it's better than medicines. The downside is that one must be put to sleep, albeit briefly, for it. ...Read more
Cardioversion-defib: An implantable aicd has cardioversion and defibrillation capabilities. However, usually, it delivers a defibrillatory shock when it detects a dangerous rhythm. Of course, the energy is much lower since less tissue needs to be penetrated (the electrical lead goes directly into the heart). ...Read more
What is the name of an electrical shock delivered to the heart to correct certain abnormal heart rhythms called?
I just had shingles. Now I have electrical shock when I hang my neck down. It is a rash there. Is that serious.?
See below: That is a common side effect - it's called post-herpetic neuralgia. See your doctor right away because the longer it goes untreated, the harder it is to treat and the more likely it will remain for a long time after the rash is gone. A couple of medications used for this (among others) are Carbamazepine and gabapentin. ...Read more
Is it sciatica if I only feel electrical shocks a few times a day only in my lower back and bum? Thanks for the help!
Typical Nerve: Nerves do all sorts of things when irritated so it is common to feel the vibration sensation. Usually this will go away on its own. If you are worried then see your doctor for further evaluation. ...Read more
I recently had a spinal fushion in my neck. Had a titanium plate and screws put in. What damage from a 110, household electrical shock do?
I was playing soccer and hit the ball with my head. When I made contact with the ball I felt an electrical shock in my head. What does this mean?
Nerve compression: If it was a brief sensation it could have been from compression of one of the nerves in your scalp. Just like hitting your "funny bone" which is really a nerve passing around your elbow. If you are having headaches, dizziness, or other ongoing symptoms you should be evaluated by your doctor for other injuries like concussion before playing again. ...Read more
I laid down to take a nap as I drifted in2 sleep I felt an electrical shock/pulse it became extremely rapid. Was conscious but couldent move any idea?
If this only happened when you were drifting into sleep on one occasion, this appears to be not so much a medical problem but a phenomena known as "sleep paralysis"
http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/sleep_paralysis. ...Read more
Sometimes when I eat something, my first bite would cause weird feeling in my jaw for a few second. It feels like electrical shock/tingling. No pain/hurt?
Galvanic reaction: Sometimes when different metals make contact an electric current is created. If it persist you should see your dentist and he can place a coating on the tooth. ...Read more
Ethmoid sinusitis: Tiny nerves travel through the region of the inner eye past the ethmoid sinus. Irritation in this area may produce your symptoms. Simple sinus x-rays may help. ...Read more
I have a pain in my head behind my right ear it is like an electrical shock that comes from time to another what is it?
Nerve: A very quick electrical shock like pay is typical of a nerve pain, neuralgia. Sometimes a serious problem is the reason for neuralgia, but that is fairly rare. An old remedy is to make sure you keep your head warm, wear a cap and never go outside in the winter with your hair wet. ...Read more
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