My husband was diagnosed with a stroke 6 months ago.The only symptoms were complete loss of balance on the right side.Now the neurologist says there is no sign of a stroke in the scans.He has developed over the last four months complete numbness on the right side from head to toe.This also causes pins and needles.The skin is ultra sensitive to the extent that he has to wear a thin glove to stop the fingers touching each other.Some days are better than others!The neorologist says there is nothing wrong but this is not a normal way to be.Husband is on the strongest painkillers given by GP and we are at our wits end with this.It is making life unbearable.HELP PLEASEReply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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