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Muscle Seezes, Numbness, Tingiling

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  • Posted By: joevil
  • December 11, 2008
  • 07:31 AM

I used the multiple symtom checker, got very little.

Ok, starting off, as long as i remember, if i dont eat enough, to what my body says to, i get numbness arond my apendegis, especially hands. Usually a small snack will surfice. Im not anorexic or anything, i have no problem eating my fill, yet i'm not huge or anything, im 6 feet tall and a healthy weight.

Anyway yesterday i'm driving along ina motorcade to go to a funeral, when i feel it again, i think i'm fine, ill get food at the event, when all of sudden it gets worse than ever, my whole body's gone numb, i can feel my hands seeze up on the stearing wheel, i pull over, and get some stranger's attention. As i pry my hands of the stearing wheel their still seezed up, my fingers completly bound to eachother buy it, squished in sort of a duck bill look (like you do with shadow puppets) and i have no controll over it. Thinking the only thing i could, as the stranger calls 911, i get him to give me some candy, the guy was nice enough to feed it to me since i couldn't use my hands. The FIRST starburst i can already feel my muscles relaxing, and half a bag later, i'm shaky, and sore, but better.

The ambulance technicians test for diabetes, sugar levels, heart problems, blood pressure, and all the ycan their on the field, and ifnd nothing, and tell me to see a doctor.

I have no money for one so i come here for now. I was wondering if anyone had similar happenings to this? or knows what it is?

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