Hi mark and all. My pins and needles sensation and cramping started a year ago, lasted 5 weeks and went away on its own after being in bed rest for 2 weeks. In July it came back and now it's in my hands too. I would usually get like this towards the afternoom but now For the last 2 weeks it is 24/7. I can't wiggle my toes, walk or now carry my 5 month old baby. I am only 28 yrs old and getting very depressed. Saw a doc 3 months ago and do insurance approvals and booked schedule still don't know what's wrong with me. I do know I have 2 disc dislocated on my neck, but I don't know if they relate.
i have only just discovered this site by mistake looking for a answer to this annoying burning pain in pelvis and pubic bone area ! i have had ms isnce 07 still cant get my head around it !! just recovering from a laparoscopy which my gyno performed i think just to put an end to my constant ” i have this burning pain , i dont think its my ms ” my surgeon came to see me after my op ” no everthings fine ! ” oh i said ” you look disapointeed he said , you dont say , got to go back and see him in 6 weeks , how embarrising , looks like i was wrong , it is my ms , my question is , now what ? i take the usual cocktail , baclofen, progabilin , amatriptolene , any suggestions PLEASE !!!!
This could cause a number of different symptoms, but a loss of sensation is one of the more likely ones. The other type of trauma results from a branch of the nerve becoming compressed. This is akin to sleeping on one’s arm with the result that the arm “goes to sleep,” a somewhat uncomfortable condition usually consisting of an initial numbness followed by a “pins and needles” sensation. Sleeping in an awkward position is one of the leading causes of trauma to the nerve and can result in facial numbness that, while temporary, can sometimes last for several hours or even longer.