It’s probably time to change medications. You can develop a tolerance or resistance to medication especially if you’ve been on it a while.
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If there are underlying problems with high or low sugar you can still experience these things.
Wow, auto correct…
After the sweating, it’s suppose to say chills
Do you have headaches or migraines, Sometimes you people talk about the “auras” they get before they have one.
Or it could be cause by a drop in blood pressure or low blood sugar, and if you didn’t eat, your blood sugar drops because your body’s trying to find what it needs, so you break into a sweat (diaphoretic), and might even get the child, light headed, dizziness, nauseated. Kinda like Brung car sick, without being in the car. It’s called a hypoglycemic episode. Just simply low blood sugar.
Not a doctor, but the numbness, tingling, sharp pains and “electric” feelings are usually related to nerves. And with you being in an accident, that is kinda what is sounds like. If you have a compressed (herniated) disc in your back, it can pinch a nerve(s), and can cause all of those symptoms. A simple X-ray should show a herniated disc. They also have a test called EMG, and it’s a nerve test that can diagnose different nerve problems and/or damage. I personally have a herniated disc in my and with it slips out of place it and pinches my sciatic nerve, it’s almost unbearable! I also have carpal tunnel in my wrist which is also pinched nerves, and it can cause the swelling as well.