This can often happen. As the disc degenerates it flattens, sort of like a flat tire. It flattens and bulges usually. So now the spacer in between your vertebrae is less. That disc, or spacer, if you will, allows a space
Do you have Multiple Sclerosis? I am assuming you do because it was posted in this section. If you do, it is very common to have tingling and numbness in any part of your body. Mostly common in your limbs. I dont want...
It's impossible to evaluate all your symptoms via Q&A! Numbness and tingling in both hands has a variety of causes, varying from not life threatening (anxiety and hyperventilation) to much more serious
Paresthesia or Pins and Needles?by
of something else.
One MS symptom is paresthesia, a skin sensation, such as burning or prickling. Most of the time it is called tingling, because it is awkward to say "I am experiencing paresthesia today" and that requires...
Any new sensation in your gums (which normally render no "feeling" at all) should be taken as a reason to examine the gums more closely. In the absence of a nerve problem, I would suspect that you may have swelling and infl
Numbness Mostly Goneby
Since my last post the numbness that ran down my neck is gone, right now it is just at my cheek, just making a note of it. Not sure why it started or why its gone.