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Paroxysmal Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis by stuart Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:26pm While Sudden and Often Alarming, Paroxysmal Symptoms Do Not Indicate a Relapse By Julie Stachowiak, Ph.D., About.com - Updated: December 16, 2008 Many of us with multiple sclerosis (MS) have experienced the phenomenon of paroxysmal symptoms -- those that come on suddenly, bother us for a short time (seconds or minutes), and then di ... Read on »
Laten herpes virus infection in human trigeminal ganglia causes chronic immune response by Cheryl Patient Expert Posted Wed 10 Jun 2009 4:55pm Am J Pathol. 2003 Dec;163(6):2179-84. Latent herpesvirus infection in human trigeminal ganglia causes chronic immune response. Theil D, Derfuss T, Paripovic I, Herberger S, Meinl E, Schueler O, Strupp M, Arbusow V, Brandt T. Department of Neurology, Klinikum Grosshadern, Ludwig-Maximilians University, Munich, Germany. dtheil@b ... Read on »
What is, and What Causes Trigeminal Neuralgia? by stuart Patient Expert Posted Tue 17 Nov 2009 10:20pm Aug 10, 2009 Trigeminal Neuralgia, also known as Tic Douloureaux, is a nerve disorder that causes abrupt, searing, electric-shock-like facial pains, most commonly the pain involves the lower face and jaw, but symptoms may appear near the nose, ears, eyes or lips. Many experts say trigeminal neuralgia is the most unbearably painful human con ... Read on »
Paresthesia After Tennis Elbow Injection. by Shilah C. Azib Posted Sun 07 Mar 2010 5:54pm Paresthesia is also known as the feeling of pins and needle. It is a sensation of numbness of a person’s skin. It is also characterized by numbness and a feeling of pricking or tingling. Paresthesia usually does not have any long-term effects as such. Usually caused as a result of pressure on a particular nerve thus, causing a hindr ... Read on »
Paresthesia or Pins and Needles? by Vicki B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:24pm Today is Pins and Needles Day . In 1937 it was created to commemorate the opening of a play named Pins and Needles by Harold Rome. It was a pro-labor play with the cast and crew from the International Ladies Garment Workers Union. It played on weekends only so the women could keep their day jobs, and it ran for more than 1000 performances. ... Read on »
Cervical herniated disc causing arm pain and numbness in arms-treatment in NYC by Dr. Shoshany Facebook Posted Wed 26 May 2010 8:46am Cervical herniated disc causing arm pain and numbness in arms-treatment in NYC From time to time I like to put up patient testimonials that patients email to me. I just got this the other day and there are some spelling errors but I decided to leave them. Recent patient testimonial I had the amazing good fortune of finding Dr. Stev ... Read on »
Pain in the fingers – the most common causes, treatment and prevention suggestions by rita359 Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 9:23pm Are you suffering from pain in the fingers? When the pain lasts for just a couple of days, and goes away, it’s probably because you’ve simply injured yourself.  Trauma to the joints, muscles or nerves of your fingers may result from simple things such as: extensive use of an uncomfortable keyboard, any repetitive action done with the particular ... Read on »
Sciatica Causes - Uncovering The True Cause Of Sciatica Pain by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 09 Apr 2009 5:46pm 2 Comments Sciatica nerve pain can vary from irritating to debilitating. This article will show you how to discover both the causes of sciatica and the best treatments for sciatic pain that are available for you now. cause of sciatica Did you know that the sciatic nerve is the largest single nerve in the human body. Sciatica causes pain when the sciat ... Read on »
The MMR Causes Brain Damage, Just Not of the Autism Kind by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 02 Sep 2010 12:00am By J.B. Handley   I often think about how people will judge this moment in time, the time right before the whole Autism lie came cascading down, and I’m continually struck by how remarkably silly and transparent some of the other side’s arguments are when brought out into the light of day.   As a simple example, look at ... Read on »
The SCM Muscle in the Neck, it doesn’t Typically Cause Neck Pain, But can cause a Slew of Neck Related Problems! by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 09 Nov 2009 10:00pm     To start off, the SCM muscle is actually named the sternocleidomastoid muscle.   This muscle is responsible for specific neck and head motions and is split into two parts.   The interesting thing is that neither part sends pain to the neck, however, it can often cause jaw pain or pain that travels up into the head.   Besides headache-like p ... Read on »