About the middle of May I had gotton bitten my a some bug or tick then I woke up with tingling on the right side of my body the next day. I went to ER they did a CT that showed up as nothing. The same week I had major heart palpations that sent me back to the ER they did a EKG everything was normal but ordered a holter monitor to be put on for 48 hours, it came back a PVC premature ventricular contractions, and said don't worry about it. Over the next few weeks I felt like crap very tired, and withdrawn but slowly returned to myself in a few weeks.
They sent me to a neurologist who did not do a MRI or EMG, he just did a sort of physical test, like touch your nose, touch my finger, press here, push there type of thing. During his findings he diagnosed me as having 2 pinched nerves, one in my neck one in my lower back and he said go to a physiotherpist.
The tingling started on my right side, goes half way down the back of my arm...from the elbow down, to the little finger. I've had it from half way down the back of my thigh to half way down my calf at the back, to the outter side of my foot.
Since it started it will travel over to my left side mostley in my neck regoin and arm into my hand and side of my face into my cheek.
Started getting very bad heartburn too.
I've asked the Dr. to do bloodwork to check for anemia, Vit D, Vit B12 hormones, etc, and also check for Lymes Disease. All of the test came back normal but the Lymes Disease test isn't back yet, he said it's gone to Public Health.
The physiotherpist I swear she thinks I'm from outerspace because she just doesn't understand my tingling is "Traveling" her words....you said it was coming from your right side now your left side is involved????? To me I'm just the patient she's supposed to be the pro, I tell her what my problem is and she should be able to help me...oh well. She does TENS, low level laser and back traction. She has also said that my neck feels to be bent.
Anyhow, does anyone have any ideas?
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