Well what i can say, i have been suffering with a recurring neck problem for over 6 years. I'm 30 years old and work with PC's and spend most of my time craned over a keyboard. I suffer with vertigo, ringing in the ears, criking bones in the neck, constant headaches and migrains, pins and needles and sometimes dead arm. I have constant dull pain in my neck and shoulders. When sleeping i wake several times or more due to this problem. When i drop off to sleep i get a twitch in my leg. I have seen a neurologist last year and had a MRI scan and was told there was nothing wrong with me.
Its recently that i had an unusually attack and suffered some form of numbness or paralysis to the left side of my body. With a feeling of ice cold feeling in the limbs. I have now been told i need to see another neurologist again, to see what this issue or problem is. I feel i have no faith in my local hospital and have asked to see a consultant at Kings College Hospital. I was wondering if anyone has suffered with anything like this and what it could be. It worries me as i have been like this too long and tried physiotherapy for the vertigo.
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