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You will need to see your medical provider for a thorough medical history and examination. It would not be possible to determine a cause or a...
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Normally it has to deal with your nerves if you have struck a nerve on top of your head you could have damaged it. Also it could be migraines, weak...
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Sometimes, when a limb is removed during an amputation, an individual will continue to have an internal sense of the lost limb. This phenomenon is...
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There are roughly 20 different kinds of nerve endings in your skin that tell you if something is hot, cold, or painful. These nerve endings convert...
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The thing that came to my mind right away was Optic Neuritis, as I had this condition last year in both eyes. If your eyes hurt when your moving them...
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This is an interesting question. Thanks for asking!It's impossible to give you a definitive answer without having more information. For example...
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I'm sorry you experience this. It doesn't sound pleasant, that's for sure!Whenever a patient describes pain with words like "jolt of...
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Endorphins are hormone-like substances produced in the brain that have pain-relieving properties. Some scientists believe that people who suffer from...
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I have someone in my family who has had a traumatic brain injury. He has been on numerous prescriptions since August 2012 given to him by his...
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It sounds like you're saying your friend was removed from life support, and, if so, I'm very sorry for your loss.I'm sure the family did...
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Hi...Sorry to hear about your husband. I, too, have been passing out at the oddest times, often hurting myself. I've been to a Neurologist, have...
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To be honest, only your surgeon can answer that question. I recommend you call your surgeon's office and ask to speak to his or her nurse for...
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Nerves function like electric cables transmitting signals, including pain signals, to and from the brain. Damage to nerves can interfere with the way...
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There are a number of symptoms associated with nerve pain. A common symptom is often described as a burning, stabbing, or tingling pain. Nerve pain...