Head sensations, Crackling noise, Pain in head

Posted by kobe4thewin @kobe4thewin, Nov 26, 2021

Greetings! So I have some strange neurological manifestation. Neurologist at UPenn said that I’m too complicated and moved to give me anti-seizure medicine without further investigation. I have a discovery call with Mayo on Monday (11/29), but I seek to hear if others here have similar issues, which follow:
1) Head sensations (pins/needles) on sides and crown after eating or stress
2) numbness in arms and fingertips
3) loss of collagen in feet (!)
4) tingling in spine
5) reduced vision
6) symptoms are worst when seated
7) symptoms abate when physically moving/exercising

Please share if you have ANY of these issue. Nerves are idiopathic — so any mère relatedness could help.

Thanks!!

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Welcome @kobe4thewin, Great that you have a discovery call with experts at Mayo Clinic. Also it is wise of you to query whether other members, patients like you, here may have had similar symptoms. While leaving the diagnosing to the experts, I see some members have discussed a few similar symptoms in these related discussions:

– Paresthesia, abnormal sensations https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/paresthesiaabnormal-sensation/
– Electrical shocks throughout my body https://connect.mayoclinic.org/discussion/electrical-shocks-throughout-my-body/

How long has this been going on for you? Did the symptoms accumulate gradually or was there a trigger that set things off?

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Not sure if this will help but I started seeing a NUCCA chiropractor and problems with your neck can cause all kinds of weird problems. They are not your typical bone cracking chiropractor and when you first start you think there is no way this is going to work but it does.

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@joant

Not sure if this will help but I started seeing a NUCCA chiropractor and problems with your neck can cause all kinds of weird problems. They are not your typical bone cracking chiropractor and when you first start you think there is no way this is going to work but it does.

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Thank you so much! I have not heard of this sub-specialty. I will look into this in my area.

Thank you again 🙂

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