I'm a 30yo male and have some funny symptoms. I'm wondering if anyone would like to take a stab at what they think it might be or who I should go and see.
I work on computers all day and periodically my right gets a small case of Paresthesia. The interesting thing is that the bottom half of my forearm arm, the side of my small finger, gets quite cold. This has been on and off for some years now and I've never been particularly worried about it.
More recently though, like the last 2 years, I have had had possibly 4 funny episodes at night. Again my right arm will go numb, which happens probably once a month. But on these other 4 occasions once I get some feeling back in my arm the Paresthesia seems to spread up my neck and to my face, starting with the tip of my tounge and lips and spreading out into my cheeks. Like my arm, my neck seemed cold to touch. One night I also seemed to get tunnel vision. Last night it also extended down my left shoulder and upper back and also seems to be lingering some time longer than normal.
When it was confined to my arm I assumed that it was just a normal "dead arm" and I was resting on a nerve. But with it moving into my face it got me worried that it might in fact be circulatory, i.e. a small stroke. Having read on here it sounds like a Migraine without a headache might have the same symptoms.
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