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What Does A Brain Feel Like
No single answer: Tumors can feel soft or hard and may be painless or painful, depending on the type and location. Sometimes they are associated with changes to the overlying skin. A physician can check any skin spot or lump that is tender, itching, oozing, scaly, doesn't heal, has irregular color, swollen, is enlarging, or any other changes that worry you and make suggestions for further evaluation. ...Read more
Feelings of: Confusion, agitation and anxiety are common after a seizure.Some may simply return to feeling normal right away, not realizing anything has passed.Oftentimes, a person who has had convulsions may experience muscle soreness and some bruising after the seizure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Layman term: A nervous breakdown is a layman's term for an initial or recurrent episode or exacerbation of a mental illness. It could be any kind of emotional disorder such as a suicide attempt in major depressive disorder or bipolar disorder or the first psychotic episode of schizophrenia. In any case, it is usually severe enough to cause intense distress for the person & the need for hospitalization. ...Read more
Hurts bad: It used to be that in order to be diagnosed as migraine you had to have a specific set of symptoms. In the last year or two that has been changed and specialty society that determine such things re-defined migraine headache to be any severe headache. If you seek a dark room to lay down and are having to deal with nauseous then you are having the classical symptoms. ...Read more
Feel?: Paralysis from a stroke differs based on the part of the brain that is affected. It can be associated with numbness and lack of sensation n the affected side. As to how a person experiences a stroke and feels afterwards it is highly variable. Perhaps a stroke survivor can answer that better than any physician could. ...Read more
How will i know what does an asthma attack feel like and what does it feel like before the attack?
Terrible. : Asthma attacks are usually fairly quick in onset, though if you're asthma is not well-related it may be hard to tell what's an attack and what is just uncontrolled asthma. Symptoms are usually shortness of breath, coughing, chest tightness, feeling like it's hard to get air out of your chest, and you may hear wheezing. If these start abruptly, you may need prompt medical attention. ...Read more
What does it mean when it feels like you had a bolt of electricity shock york brain and it feels like it moved?
As above: Certainly not normal, see u pcp for evaluation and work up. ...Read more
Avoid certain acts: Symptoms of "brain freeze" can occur after eating ice cream or other cold foods. It probably relates to stimulating the trigeminal nerve which controls sensation in the face and large areas of the head. Avoiding the activities that bring on the symptoms is probably the best bet. Good luck. ...Read more
Weakness, numbness: The classic signs of a stroke include weakness or numbness or a facial droop on one side of the body. There can also be speech problems with slurring of speech or difficulty finding the right words. In certain types of stroke such as a hemorrhagic stroke, the symptoms can include severe headache and decreased mental status. Sometimes the patient may not recognize the symptoms, but family should. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
"gastrografin": This is a contrast material and has calcium in it, which "tastes chalky", but may have some light flavoring to counteract the chalky taste. It is used to outline the stomach and intestinal lining with x-rays of the area to determine ulcers or other abnormalities. It is white or light pink in general. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
TBI: A concussion headache begins within 7 days of head trauma. It may be mild to severe as well as constant to intermittent. 85% of the headaches are tension headaches. They may involve the whole head, shoulders & neck or can principally involve the back of the head or the across the forehead/ temples. The pain may feel like pressure, pulsating, stabbing or nagging pain. 15% of people experience >. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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