MRKNOWIT is very correct, this could be a bood clot, pinched nerve, etc.... while it may not be this serious, it is possible that it IS... and you should NEVER seek a diagnosis for symptoms like this unless you are under the care of a doctor or specialist who has done a full examination. My advice, you need to see a specialist, not just a doctor. Good luck, and be careful!
they are finally going to do an MRI of my head. I still have burning ,tingling,numbness in legs goin back and legs and twitching like nerv es that travels from my head down my back and legs and back up to my head. almost feels like a bug. and when I am sitting watching Tv. I could feel nerves twitching in my hesd and a coldness feeling in head part that is twitching almost like a bug crawing in one spot. I do have vision changes in right eye. left eye is a prostactic. and also hearing changes from worst to better than back to worse they think It's a nerve problem. I do have dibetis with nerlopathy but I don't know if this is connected.
WHEN I GO TO SLEEP AND WAKE UP. MY LEGS BE BURNING I CAN BARELY MOVE THEM. I HAVE TO GRIP A PILLOW AND HOLD IT UNTIL THE PAIN LET UP. WHEN THE PAIN LET UP I HAVE TO GET UP AND TRY TO WALK BUT I CANT. BECAUSE, MY FEET BE SLEEP. SO I JUST SIT ON THE EDGE OF THE BED UNTIL THE PAIN LEAVE. SOMEONE PLEASE HELP ME THROW THIS PROBLEM...........
MRI showed some mild disc bulding and degenerative spine but nothing to do surgery on doctor did order another MRI of my lower back waiting for results yes I am having vision changes, back pain burning stinging numbness and pulses in back legs and head and arms I also poop all overself every time I do any kind of exercises expecaily in the GYm it is so frustrating and I get little shocks all most as if I'm being electicuted slowly.
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