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Do these symptoms sound familiar to anyone else.
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An_256634 posted:
Hi, I have recently been experiencing odd symptoms. I experienced the same sensation you get when your foot goes to sleep only on the back left side of my head about the size of your hand. Lasted for a few minutes just as it does when trying to get your foot to wake up. A day or so later.. i get the sensation of something moving behind my eye. Another day and the same numbness as a sleeping foot on the back of the right side of my head. Didnt last as long or as big as on the left.. but i sure am curious as to what the heck is going on. Going to the Dr on Monday.. but wondered if anyone has experienced anything like this other than me.

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atti_editor responded:
Hello,

How did your appointment go yesterday? Was your doctor able to determine what it is you are experiencing?

Best wishes,
Atti
 
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ericabme replied to atti_editor's response:
I go for an echo tomorrow to see if i have a PFO. A little nervous about it. I have been reading and found that scuba divers have 2 to 4 times the likely hood of getting the benz if you have a PFO.. and reminded me of the deepest dive i was on coming up and feeling like I had bubble head of some sort. I knew i didnt feel right.. now i wonder if that is why.
 
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Rico_S responded:
see my post


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