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I had numbness from vitamin B12 deficiency. This deficiency is easy to misdiagnose as doctors don't routinely test for it and labs are too low in most countries which miss a deficiency state. I would recommend sublingual (under the tongue) B12 to see if you improve. Not treating B12 deficiency can result in permanent nerve damage.
The couging has subsided, but there's still phelm in my throat. Yesterday I noticed that my tongue was coated in an yellowy/orange color!! I scraped it, and brushed it, but to no avail. Is this a common ailment? Anybody??? Thanks.
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?
Just about 2 months ago I began developing strange allergic reactions. They have occurred on my feet, hands, back of knee, upper thigh, lip and now tongue. I have gone to the doctor before and they said it was contact dermatitis. I have not figured out what I'm allergic to yet and am still waiting for a call back from the allergy department. Last night, I woke up at about 3am with a swollen tongue. It really freaked me out.
Man am I glad to see other people with tongue problems. I have had pain on the side of my tongue for nearly 1.5 years - both on the left side and the right side. I have talked to two general MD's, one ENT, and two dentists about it and nobody can seem to give me a clue as to what's wrong. The left side of my tongue always seems sensitive. It seems to be foliate pappitis to me but what do I know. I do know that I have cut wayyyy back on sugar (about 90%) and things have improved.
You get upset, you assume subconscious defensive posture, and it does strain you. Tingling in your tongue is the same thing as the shock feeling, your tongue is just all wonky feeling by itself so normal stimuli become strange. Ever had a cavity or mouth sore and noticed it felt gigantic to your tongue? Tons of nerves in that thing. Now I want to be clear, I am not saying this is in your head. it isnt. But anxiety causes very specific reactions. Basically, it pumps adrenaline into you.
But the worst problem is the numbness and burning sensation he experiences in both his legs. The pain starts when he's not walking and worsens if he exercises. It starts from his feet and moves upwards along his leg, towards the groin region and the buttocks. His neurologist suggested that it was sciatica but it was ruled out when both the MRI and CT SCAN proved to be normal and didn't show anything related to sciatica. Sometimes his problem is so bad that he can barely drive.
Now the symptoms come and go and sometimes I suddenly have problems pronouncing words (slow speech, numbness in tongue). Anyone can help? Could this be an infection or should I see a neuro?
I am currently taking 100 mg of Lyrica 3x daily - expensive, but provides enough relief to make it worth the $$, also 600 mg 1x daily alpha lipoic acid as recommended by ENT for burning tongue...helps, doesn't cure, but helps. Also taking 25 mg elavil at bedtime...seemed to help at first, but at this point I'm not sure what's really doing it. I am also taking 1000 mg of methyl B12 because I've read it helps nerves heal...also at beginning of all this my B12 level was slightly low.
friend of mine had his wisdom tooth removed... after this surgery he has his tongue numbed for a week now.. Why exactly this happens... how serious it is? wat is the cure and how easy is it? ....Is it because the dentist dint do it right... Can any one help me out with a consoling explaining for it ..
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 may have some interesting information for sufferers of Geographical Tongue. My son who is now 16 has had the condition almost on a daily basis since birth, like everyone else who suffers from it, we tried everything and every specialist to no avail. Just over a year ago my son collapsed and was raced to hospital, he had no iron at all in his body and was on the verge of death, so much so he was given a full blood transfusion.
I am 34 female experiencing hand numbness upon waking. This has been going on for over three years now. Normal CBC and nerve test. Neg to carpal tunnel. Have not found a doctor that can diagnose the problem. Have had xrays at Chiropractor which show Scoliosis. They say my problem is situational and positional. I would like to cure this ailment. Please advise me!!
I am driving myself absolutely crazy. I am experiencing numbness and tingling in my face and I'm convinced it's MS. I had an MRI and the dr says it's not MS. He says he believes I'm suffering from anxiety, and that makes me more anxious and feel even more symptoms. I can barely breathe at times. I've started xanax and I'm either not taking enough or I need to take something else because I don't feel calm or anything. I'm convinced that the doctor missed my MS, is that possible?
I recently fell down and hit my face. Since that time I've had numbness in the right side of my nose and down through my right cheek, lip and front tooth. Do I have nerve damage and will it go away on it's own?
fatigue, non-refreshing sleep, feeling cold (not as warm as used to be), back of the head numbness (Ice Cream Brain Freeze),Occupital) numbness on cheeks and jaw area and cheeks, lightheadedness, problems with balance, brain fog, minor chest and abdominal pains That seemed to move around from side to side and center Mostly dull pain But minor), constipation - Went from going daily to every third day or so--Not as much product when I do go.
I'm just wondering if there are others out there who experience a large amount of tingling and numbness in hands, feet, face, scalp and sometimes even my tongue. I don't have any pain in my joints, it all seems to be neurological. I also have a lot of pressure in my head and dizziness/lightheadedness. It's as though I can't move my head fast or I'll have an "off" feeling. I've been on Doxy, Zithromax/Malarone combo and now just recently, Amoxicillin.
wow...I'm 40 almost 41 in October....I started with soreness in my hands coming & going a few months ago, then this past week tingling/numbness moved up both arms, into my neck, tongue & lips. It felt like my body was falling asleep from my finger tips up! My knuckles were so sore w/ pain, felt like golf balls. I started to freak & made a Dr. appt next week. I'm not a Dr. FAN since everything seems like a guess.
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Douglas, The numbness and tingling may be neuropathy. I had numbness of my feet for six weeks, and when I began taking B Complex supplements, the numbness got better immediately. I had been taking B12 sublingual supplement, but with no noticeable result. When I tried another form, a powder that I took on the tongue, the pressure/pain sensation in my legs improved.
I hurt my neck about four weeks ago exercising and believe that I may have torn a ligament in the back of my neck- since then I have had swelling at the site of the injury, numbness in the jaw and face, roof of the mouth, numbness on my left side, fingers and foot, difficulty focusing, headaches, trouble with my balance, etc.
Then (2 weeks later) i was sitting on my legs (Japanese style) at me computer, just uploading some songs to my ipod before i hit the town that weekend. But wheni stood up I had bad numbness & tinkling in my lower legs & feet. Now i'm used to losing circulation when sitting on my legs for a bit of time, but this was feeling like nothing else. But i shrugged it off (i really wanted to go out & party! haha).
The twitching has not stopped and I am noticing I wake at night to numbness in my forearms that eventually goes away. I also have noticed slight shaking/tremor in my right arm, a slight tremoring in my lower jaw, a slight indent in my right calf (which is more seen when flexed), cold sweats at night (waking drenched), sever eye floaters, sever left scitatic pain (not shooting/kills me when cough/sneeze), more blurry vision and a feeling of something in the back of my throat.
Allergy problems, increase in allergies (number, sensitivity, reactions, lengthier reactions) Back pain, stiffness, tension, pressure, soreness, spasms, immobility in the back or back muscles Blanching (looking pale, loss of color in the face or skin) Blushing, turning red, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or skin Body aches, parts of or your entire body feels sore and achy, feels like your body and muscles are bruised Body jolts, body zaps, electric jolt feeling in body, int
Just as with the knee, the pain subsided within a few minutes and a numbness was left behind. This lasted several months as well, then suddenly disappeared. Next, the same happened in my right knee again, although this time it was in my Lateral Collateral ligament area. This lasted for several months as well. During this particular episode the numbness that followed the pain never completely subsided, though.
My wife has Right sided facial/tongue/palate numbness, the loss of feeling goes right down the middle of her chin, her tongue is slightly affected , she says the tip of her chin tingles at times, extreme fatigue , she is missing allot of work due to the fatigue, She reports that if feels like the 3rd day of the flu ( like after the fevers have quit and your just exhausted and sicky feeling) , she says her glands are a little swollen and sore , her blood pressure is higher than it should be now
My wife has Right sided facial/tongue/palate numbness, the loss of feeling goes right down the middle of her chin, her tongue is slightly affected , she says the tip of her chin tingles at times, extreme fatigue , she is missing allot of work due to the fatigue, She reports that if feels like the 3rd day of the flu ( like after the fevers have quit and your just exhausted and sicky feeling) , she says her glands are a little swollen and sore , her blood pressure is higher than it should be now
I'm curious to know if there are any drugs capable of relieving burning pain in my tongue. I have a paresthesia brought about by an injection of septocaine from my dentist. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
Allergy problems, increase in allergies (number, sensitivity, reactions, lengthier reactions) Back pain, stiffness, tension, pressure, soreness, spasms, immobility in the back or back muscles Blanching (looking pale, loss of color in the face or skin) Blushing, turning red, flushed face, flushed skin, blushing, red face or skin Body jolts, body zaps, electric jolt feeling in body, intense body tremor or “body shake” Body temperature increase or decrease, change in body temperature Burnin