I've been having some tingling that started about 2 months ago. It's usually right above both shoulder blades, at the base of my neck. It just tingles for a few seconds, and then goes away. I actually find that it happens more when sitting at the computer for some reason.
Also, I will have small random tingling patches on my legs that will again just last for a few seconds. No numbness, no pain. And it wont last long...it will go away within just a few seconds. And it will stop tingling if I touch that spot.
Now I feel like my arms are weak....but they are not. I just got down on the floor and did 10 push ups with no problem. But they just *feel* weak, but they are really not.
I'm so afraid that I have MS. I have two daughters, ages 3 years old and 5 months old and I want to be active in their lives. I worry about this a lot.
I never wake up numb or tingling.....it actually NEVER happens at night or in the mornings. It usually begins a few hours after waking.
I had a CT scan and an xray of my cervical spine. Nothing showed anything. About a month ago I was having little twinges of pain all throughout my head. That's why I had the CT and X-Ray. It showed nothing. Not really headaches, not really pain....just twinges all over every 30 seconds or so. It was weird. But that lasted about a week and then went away. This tingling began a few weeks before the head twinges and has continued even after the head twinges went away.
Does this sound like it could be MS?
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