Agnosia, A Dementia Symptom Explainedby
Susan L.Agnosia is defined as the loss of ability to recognize objects, persons, sounds, shapes or smells even when all the basic sensory functioning is in place. It is a complicating and confusing phenomena
Oh boy, no I haven't but I do suffer from Trigeminal Neuralgia myself and understand what you must be going through! I'm copying a link here for you that may help explain this, http://www.trigeminalneuralgia.us/app/trigemin
I am not sure why your question is in the menopause community, however speaking as a nurse, I think your dad should seek medical attention as soon as possible. His symptoms are a definite...
Racing Brains and Itchy Fingersby
I could probably write volumes upon volumes on this but have you ever written posts at insane speeds, typing away…edit later…edit later…
Then you go back and realize (that is, if you’re even half in your mind) that everyt
I could understand developing one or a few boils in a single area due to localized irritation. I could also understand developing a rash due to environmental exposure. But the whole body? That's a bit of a stretch without
I too experience very cold sensations and numbness in my fingertips, fingers, hands and feet.... However, there is always a chance that this will be a symptom that you will have to continue to deal with and find tips and tricks...