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Tingling on different body parts?
SusieT0114 posted:
Now and then I will get a tingling feeling on different body parts. Ex....a part of a cheek on my face, a spot on my arm, just here and there. It doesn't last long. Maybe 30 seconds if that. Almost as if you had stuck your finger in a light socket, but nearly as intense. Does anyone else get this? I have told the neurologist about this. Thanks.
hackwriter responded:
Hi, Susie,

Yes, I get painful little shocks in fingers, shoulders, and legs.
I just figure it's another fun thing about having MS. Thank goodness it doesn't last longer than a few seconds!

julie112101 responded:
Hi Susie,
I am not able to put my chin down to my chest, if I try I get like an electrical shock down my neck should arms amd fingers. It's called Lhermitte. Every time I go to mu Neuro he has me put my head forward and I tell him I can't and he says oh yeah "the electrical shock" It's one of the wonderful things of MS that we have to live with!!!!

Take Care
Julie In Portland, OR
behap2day replied to julie112101's response:
very common,,,annoying!

tabbybrn replied to behap2day's response:
I also get the tingles on different parts. And twitches they are very bothersome especially at noght when Im trying to sleep. I also have patches of burning or freezing sensations, mostly on my head. Any one else have this?
IHeartLife replied to tabbybrn's response:
that was how it all started for me. it sucks! i get that on a daily basis, and its most of the day. Lyrica helped

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