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Old 02-14-2008, 02:36 AM   #1
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Could This Be A Neuro Problem?

Hi all

I am wondering if i have a neuro problem.

I have had back problems for the last 3 years but just these last 6 weeks i have been having a 'tongling' sensation in my head which goes straight down to both feet and makes them tingle.

Have had my blood pressure checked over the last 3 weeks and all ok and blood tests show no problem.

It doesnt bother me when i move my head just it comes on randomly. Sometimes i suffer all day with it sometimes only a couple of times.
Also feeling very tired and have lost my balance on occassions.

Quite worried as it happens when i am driving too!

Best wishes

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Old 02-15-2008, 02:22 AM   #2
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Re: Could This Be A Neuro Problem?

Could be as simple as a pinched nerve but also could be something more serious. You need to get it checked out if only for peace of mind.

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