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Neck pain facial numbness tongue tingles headache left arm/hand tingles/ numbness what could it be?
Serious: This could be serious and you should consult a physician immediately. An er or minor emergency center is a quick trip and have qualified physicians. Have someone take you. Bother them, it could mean a major life event. Heart attack or stroke are in my mind. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MS vs bells palsy vs: your female and age if varies in place and time could be multiple sclerosis, if on one side of face , maybe bells palsy , could be allergic reaction to something, or neck cervical disc injury , if chest pain associated could be heart disease [but your age unlikely unlessn on birth control which increases risks of blood clots] ...Read more
Would unilateral parasthesia (no pain, just constant numbness in the arm and leg without weakness) be a typical mild concussion symptom?
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I am experiencing headache (worst ever), finger numbness and arm weakness. The following also describe me: Numbness or tingling, Finger tingling, ...
Illness, constant sinus probs, nerve twitching and tingling, muscle spasms. Burning, numbness tingling and chronic back pain. diangosis with ibs. Thoughts?
I'm experiencing hair loss, numb fingers, headaches, cold extremities. What could these symptoms indicate?
Hair loss: Toxicity from some agent, low pituitary or thyroid funtion. ...Read more
How can someone differentiate MS numbness from other numbness and Is MS numbness always accompanied by weakness ? I have numbness but not weakness
Pineal cyst. Could it cause MS type symptoms in muscle tightness, strange sensations, fatigue, nerve pain, dizziness, pain behind left eye. ?
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. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer