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Tactile sensitivity since birth, increasing with age; strong startle response to tactile stimuli; gradual loss of bladder control. Are these related?
Cannot diagnose: You need to be seen by a neurologist and be evaluated in detail. This is grossly abnormal and must be addressed by an expert with full access to prior medical records, history, physical exam and probably some testing. Please go soon because neurological damages respond best when addressed early. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more
Anxiety: Anxiety can cause different symptoms the sensory responses to certain stimuli can be very exaggerated or intense.Hypersensitivity to touch light sounds can be one of these best will be to get an assessment to find other causes and get treatment if needed all the best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Genetics/irritants: Most people who have what we consider to have sensitive skin are also atopics. This means they have a combination of allergies asthma and eczema. These are all mediated by a hypersensitive immune system that may be allergicaly mediated through cells called eosinophils. In addition people with this genetic makeup have a defect in a keratin protein called fillagrin. This defect makes the membrane function of the skin less effective in preventing water loss to the environment little cracks developed within the skin and then such as soaps perfumes laundry detergents etc. Get through the skin. ...Read more
Would stimuli sensitive myclonus be affected by heat n cold intolerance to & affected by both...Mine r!?
Brushing too hard: Few things can thinout the enamel or break it causing exposure of the second layer or dentin. When dentin is exposed lots of sensitivity is experienced specially to light touch and air or cold air or water. Thinning or abrasion of enamel is caused by 1. Brushing too hard, 2. Using a hard brush 3. Grinding of teeth causing chipping of enamel at the gum area. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Penile Trauma: If one masturbates so frequently and without lubrication then there could be damage to the skin and the nerves of the penis. We cannot see or examine your penis and do not know your sexual practices. But, if you are causing damage to the skin by having too much abrasive friction without lubrication you may be damaging your penis. ...Read more
Not likely: Multiple sclerosis is a disorder affecting various areas of brain, spinal cord, and eyes, with differing events over time. An isolated gag reflex change is not suggestive of MS, and could well represent biological sensitivity variations. If this is a problem affecting eating or swallowing, might have your doctor evaluate. ...Read more
Perhaps: A warm washcloth might help bring the boil to a head but i think that u should have her seen by your dr, they really might have to be drained and have antibiotics, multiple boils are unusual for a baby this age. ...Read more
Yes: Gluten sensitivity in the absence of avoidance leads to damages to the small intestine causing impairment of nutrient absorption. Certain vitamin deficiency (B12 etc) can lead to nerve damage and thus the unusual sensation in the legs. The severity depends on how long your body has been deficient in vitamins. ...Read more
Generally, No: Sensitive teeth can be due to exposed roots (gum recession), roots are more prone to decay as they lack the enamel layer that is strong. Beyond that, no more prone to cavities than other teeth. Brush, floss, fluoride: best you can do. See your dentist regularly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Glasses too strong switched back to others, can it cause headaches light sensitivity sound sensitivity?
A--G--E: Unfortunately, as we age, we become much more sensitive to bothersome odors, as well as other stimuli such as sound (noise), light, taste, etc. ...Read more
Sensitivity?: Sometimes yes, sometimes no. Each case has to be examined as to causes, etc. and treatment options discussed along with likelihood of success. Discuss this with your local dentist after a careful examination. ...Read more
Yes: Blue eyes have less pigment in the iris and therefore transmit light to the retina easier, increasing light exposure and sensitivity. Not all blue-eyed people are abnormally sensitive to light. Adaptation can happen, as well as the wearing of sun glasses for protection and comfort. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer