Sore muscles numbness

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I had prescribed cymbalta in Dec 2006 with Neurontin , i stopped talking Neurointin in July 2007 as it was not doing anything for me , i still had muscles pain /tingling and numbness in my arms/feet. In Oct12 i stopped cymbalta as i don't want to be on Anti-depressant. It took me 3 months to completely get rid of that stupid drug from my system. I had lots of withdrawal symptoms so i don't want to start any other antidepressant.
I almost wonder if it is a spasm. My thigh muscles went all shakey and then it was like someone shot my leg with novacane. It lasted the entire walk and let up later that evening. Does this sound like something anyone has had?
But even tho it showed nothing, if your shoulder or part of your neck feels sore or painful on account of you wrenched it somehow, the inflammation that can set up in a strained group of muscles can cause temporary numbness like you have. So, there's a few items you can bring to your doctor's attention and maybe one of them will ring a bell fo ryou.
At one point I did have sharp pains behind my knee and joint in buttock area . When the muscles in waist area are not in spasms , the numbness is only slight . I do not have bowel or bladder difficulties. in that area. EMG was not remarkable . MRI reports are : L-S SPINE Mild degen @ L5-S1 with no root impingement noted. MRI CERVICAL SPINE WITH AND WITHOUT CONTRAST CLINICAL. HISTORY : Pain.
Trapizium SCM on the side of the headache feel tense and inflammed and have also found two small lumps on the back of my head. Think they are on the suboccupital muscles or other muscle in that area. These lumps (feels like a small pea) are not overly sensitive but if massaged can become sore to the touch.
For the past two months I have been experiencing tight jaw muscles and three times have turned my head while smiling and my muscles have spasmed. I have been to the emergency room once due to the left side of my tongue going numb. I was told it was probably a result of my wisdom tooth that was infected and I was having removed two days later. I had the tooth removed a month ago and the only symptom that has gone away is the numb tongue.
I had a bypass two years ago. My chest is still sore at the scar site- especially when I exercise. Some ab exercises I try to do are quite painful. Is that normal?
I have been having arm and finger numbness on both sides with my right arm being worse. Both of my legs twitch and the muscles seem to burn when I am resting, my muscles seem tight in my entire leg and feet. My legs feel very heavy and I have also had vision disturbances in my right eye, vertigo and my hands seem very uncoordinated.
Dear Doctor, I am confused about neuropathy. Basically MS has been ruled out, but I have numbness and tingling, buzzing, etc. Lower legs and other parts of my back, buttocks, etc. Muscled cramps and spasicity in lower legs. Have lost all reflexes that were normal before. Paraneoplastic syndrome, diabetes, you name it has been ruled out. Is it possible to have neuropathy without the burning and pain and just have numbness and tingling?
I have numbness, muscle twitching in my right arm and leg driving me insane. I have a disk issue in my neck I have gone to a neurologist that confirms that the arm issue is in my neck. The surgeon is suggesting removing the disk And fusing the vertebra ( I think) together But the grey area is my leg? My question is can a disk in my neck cause the numb and twitching of muscles in my leg Also could I live a normal life after it?
There are some overlaps with the nerves, so the simplest explanation is that the muscles may be a bit sore, and this could be reported as pain when other muscles near it would be stretching (as during the erection). Is the pain persistent? Is it worse during intercourse? If the pain subsides after a few minutes, then the mechanism may indeed be related to the stretching of neighboring muscles.
But what worries me is it also feels kind of numb in about a 2-3 inch area where i think i pulled the muscles .Its kind of a tight numbness that is not completly numb but more a slight numbness . The rest of the calf and shin are fine and are not numb or sore at all just a 3 inch area on the right side of the right shin about 1-2 inchs below the knee. Is that kind of numbness normal in a muscle pull .
I picked up a tv 3 months ago. My arm began to get sore, pointer finger went numb. For a month now I have dealt with terrible pain in my whole arm, which is now extended to my fingers. No pain medication works. Had an MRI on shoulder and x-rays of my arm and it showed nothing. I was given morphine at the hospital and that didn't help. Now my Dr. says there is nothing he can do. I am going to an Orthopedic Dr. in 3 weeks.
My calves are also feeling very sore from the constant fasculations.I also get a burning/cool sensation in my muscles including my legs and arms. I am able to function normally in terms of walking around, picking up things..I actually feel alot better when I'm active....I cycle about 80 miles each weekend with no trouble. Bottom line I'm scared and need some answers. Things are at their worst when I'm at rest. I'm thinking of going back to Mayo to repeat tests....anyone in the same boat I am?
Then it will stop or just about stop but where the twithing was will be kind of sore and will give the perception of being weak. Sort of like the feeling you get after a workout.Even though the muscles feel weak they seem to recover a couple of weeks after the twitching migrates to another area or stops. Since then my feet started burning and feeling a "pins and needles" feeling. There were also episodes of sweating,nausea, and upper right abdominal discomfort.
This was going on for about 3 weeks and then I started getting shooting pains in my extremities and my thigh muscles started burning when I was going up stairs. I started feeling slight numbness in my big toe, fingers and back of my hands. I also noticed floaters in my vision which I have never had before. Then the anxiety really set in. My muscles felt tight and crampy and achey and even woke me from my sleep. I found it hard to stand for long periods of time becasue my legs felt weak...
Upper right abdominal area was hurting. My arm and leg muscles were so sore that at one point it felt like someone was pulling off my arms. All test were negative except for a very low vitamin D. Two weeks after this I was still fighting the pain but it wasn't as bad. I started with a blue flashing light in my right eye and had pain and a little tingeling in it. The eye doctor didn't see anything but ordered an Mri.
I have always (since I can remember) had muslce twitches. In 99 I began to have very sore and knotted areas in my muscles. I was told by an ortho that I probably had fibro. I did no testing because I could still function in normal life but I had to stop jogging because of severe pain on my inner ankles (post-tibial tendonitis). My right nevicular bone fractured and it feels better(not treated for the fx). My left one is still very painful but not all the time.
ok since november i have had numbness in my right side only i have been dropping objects all the time.there is a dull ache most of the time in my leg and arm.this is what happened i was at work well i woke up for work i work midnite shifts i manage a mcdonalds well i was feeling weak butwent on to work i was giving one of my workers their break and i was doing a everyday thing i have to make well i got dizzy and lost a few mins in time .
I have seen posts were those that were/are hypo have had problems with sore or stiff joints....well add me to that group. My right wrist started bothering me yesterday to the point that I put a brace on last night and its killing me this morning... I didnt do a single thing that might have injured my wrist...it just pops,creaks,and cracks when I move it Was wondering how/why being hypo causes so many problems in the joint or bone area???? Is there anything that we need to do to help?
For about four weeks now, I have had intermittent 'pins and needles' in arms and legs. The first limb was the left hand, with numbness and intermittent pain going up to left elbow, usually used to last one or two minutes, no longer, three to four times a day. After one week, finished, no recurrence. 10 days later, started getting minor and again very brief bouts of 'pins and needles' in my feet, usually on the soles, just below the toes.
I began experiencing numbness in my entire arm or hand that was unlike anything I have ever felt before. The numbness is complete, and usually runs from the shoulder right down to the tips of my fingers, but only happens while I am sleeping. I was wondering if this is 'typical' of MS numbness? I know MS symptoms tend to appear, and then go back into remission, which is true with my numbness in my arms.
The day after that we both got weak, tired, sore muscles, headaches, tingling sensations all over, numbness, uncoordinated, lower back pain, joint pain all over, stiff neck and daily dizziness. I took both of us to infectious disease doctors. Both doctors ran many, many tests, all tests came of negative. We were told if the symptoms get worst to see a Neurologist. (I did see one earlier for a quickie reflex test, doctor said he didn't believe it to be neurological in origin.
I have had tingling/numbness in my arms/legs for 3 months. ARMS significantly worse than feet and SIGNIFICANTLY worse at night. I wake up with my arms "asleep" I have tingling/burning in hands and electric shock feelings in feet. Eye exam- normal. Negative brain MRI, Negative EMG testing that was completed on the right arm. Cervical spine MRI in 2 weeks. Neurologist states,"if it is not this-then it is not a nerve problem." I am very frustrated to find a diagnosis.
I'm not sure if I can describe this well, but it is my upper arms mostly. The muscles feel very heavy but they also ache and sting, like I've weight lifted a huge amount for a long time. I can do my regular daily routine...for example I can still do dishes (darn it LOL) but by the time I finish you would think I had been doing them for days with as tired as my arms will feel.
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