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Tactile hyperesthesia causes.

Tactile hyperesthesia causes.

many causes: This is an abnormal sensation. It is an increased sensitivity. This is due to nerve damage and there are multiple causes of nerve damage. In your age group the most common is environmental, secondary to diabetes, and secondary to alcohol abuse and dependence. ...Read more

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Is there any cure for hyperesthesia?

Is there any cure for hyperesthesia?

Altered Sensation: Hyperesthesia is a form of neuropathy. If we can treat the underlying cause then the nerve damage may dissipate. We may be able to mask the symptoms. ...Read more

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What causes cutaneous hyperesthesia?

What causes cutaneous hyperesthesia?

Allodynia newer name: Cutaneous hyperesthesia is a bit dated. Several things such as migraines, acute appendicitis, radiculopathies of the cervical and lumbar spines, Shingles or a herpetic skin infection can cause this heightened sensation of the skin which can also be seen in a condition know as Complex Regional Pain Syndrome or (CRPS) which can occur after a major injury, surgery/operation, or long bone fracture. ...Read more

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Neurological symptoms in legs and arms experiencing hyperesthesia(NOT painful) and sometimes numbness and erratic mild muscle pain. Fibromyalgia?

Neurological symptoms in legs and arms experiencing hyperesthesia(NOT painful) and sometimes numbness and erratic mild muscle pain. Fibromyalgia?

Probably not: Fibromyalgia is a specific condition that should only be diagnosed by an expert. FMG is associated with specific trigger points not general numbness & hyperesthesia. Unfortunately even health care professionals toss around the term Fibromyalgia leading to many missed diagnosis & 'therapeutic misadventures' (which can be deadly). See a neurologist, & then a FMG specialist if a diagnosis isn't made. ...Read more

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Will an cealic trunk dissection heal on i own?

Will an cealic trunk dissection heal on i own?

Yes : Typically you will require to be on anticoagulantion like Coumadin (warfarin) for around three to six months and blood pressure control . Most of the time the dissection will heal by itself. If you have symptoms of decrease blood flow to stomach or liver then patient may need surgery but this is rare. ...Read more

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I'm a trunk driver that weighs 281but what's the fastest way too lose weight causes I have no time to go to a gym?

I'm a trunk driver that weighs 281but what's the fastest way too lose weight causes I have no time to go to a gym?

To Lose Weight...: To lose weight you have to change your life. You are setting yourself up for absolute failure if you think you cannot exercise. If you want to save your life and lose weight in any valid manner you have to move on a regular basis along with changing the way you eat and what you eat. ...Read more

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