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Remedies For Burning Sensation In Face Skin Symptoms
Soap sensitivity?: You may want to check out the agents that may have co tact with your face such as soap, shampoo, shaving cream, etc. It is possible that you are reacting to the water temperature but much less likely. Read more
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
Dr. I feel pain in penis head, sometime its severe and also a burning sensation + pain in anus. Why this pain is and what's the treatment?
See a urologist: May have prostate infection.Get a more detailed answer ›
Scalp problem: Shingles is the worse possible thing, more simpler irritation can cause it. Read more
Allergy to soap/shampoo
reaction to hair colouring product
side effect of medication
vitamin b 12 deficiency
spinal nerve compression
peripheral artery disease
peripheral nerve trauma (see nerve symptoms)
peripheral nerve compressions. Read more
Possible nerve: Irritation. While it could be just muscle spasms or irritation, the fact that it burns leading up to the back of your head, it may be nerve irritation, often including the greater occipital, lesser and third occipital nerves. You will need a physical exam to be sure, but try neck range of motion exercises, gently, until you see a doc. Safe exercises can be found at www. Spine-health. Com. Read more
I feel a burning sensation in my head, I've took a lot of different medicine. Should I go to the hospital?
I'm having a burning sensation on the back if my head for 4 days straight now mix with pain and now I feel nauseous?
Bad headaches past 2 weeks even wakes me up in the middle of the night sometimes I feel a burning sensation in head when I get it?
If I consume caffeine beverages, chocolate, or sugary foods I get a burning sensation in the base of my head on the right side, what is going on?
Dr. Hello since 2 weeks I got my problem which is in my head to be fell a burning sensation or to be numb. What should I do. Please give good medicine.
I can only suggest: And not prescribe meds. Based on ur history, more likely u had bruising/contusion of ur head and scalp and concussion. Tylenol (acetaminophen) may alleviate ur headache however if u have alarming symptoms like throwing up, passing out, increasing intensity of headache etc, then u need to be seen by ur dr asap. Take care! Http://www. M.Webmd. Com/a-to-z-guides/tc/traumatic-brain-injury-concussion-overview. Read more
What causes hot burning sensation in the whole back till the back of head. Could fibromiyalji be the cause or is there any other. What I do for relief?
Paresthesia: Paresthesia refers to a burning or prickling sensation that is usually felt in the hands, arms, legs, or feet, but can also occur in other parts of the body. The sensation, which happens without warning, is usually painless and described as tingling or numbness, skin crawling, or itching. Chronic paresthesia is often a symptom of an underlying neurological disease or traumatic nerve damage. Read more
Ocassionally I will have a hot, burning sensation in my head that lasts 5-10 seconds (like it is on fire, not in same spot each time) anxiety related?
Do not know.: This needs to be evaluated in the context of your medical history to determine the cause. Read more
I turned my neck yesterday and I sharp pain with burning sensation traveled to the right side of my head. Is this something I should be concern about?
HOw long did it last:
If the pain was only for a short period of time I would not worry. I might keep an eye on it and restrict your athletic activity for a short period of time, This was not following any type of trauma or accident?
I would wait a couple of days and if persist see your doc Read more
I suffer from migraines my whole life I have a severe one now with a lot of pressure & pain on the rt side & a burning sensation on my head. Pls help?
Headache specialist: Migraines can be well managed with combination of medications alongwith relaxation therapy and/or physical medicine. You should consider consulting a headache specialist/neurologist. If you have consulted one already and haven't had much success, consult an orofacial pain specialist. Read more