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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • February 3, 2007
  • 07:27 PM

Well here goes...about 6 months ago I began to have a numb tingly feeling in my arms, sometimes only on one side, othertimes on both. I got checked for pretty much every neurological problem it could be (MRIs, bloodwork, etc) and nothing was found wrong. It eventually went away for a few months, and now is back. I notice also that it is worse when I drink alcohol, and at night. It's like I can feel something moving around in my arm the more I drink. I also am now experiencing a tightness in my chest that occurs also at night, and with no reason. I got freaked out last week and went to urgent care. Blood pressure was normal, heart rate fine, EKG and bloodwork all normal. They basically told me I was probably having a panic attack. I don't feel anxious/nervous until this happens though! It always happens when I am trying to relax and have a good time. When I am busy I guess I don't notice it. I am 5'5, 108 lbs...kinda thin I guess but still healthy by the numbers. I am always cold and have a severe intolerance to it. Could this be a circulatory issue and what would I even do about getting a test for that?? Thanks...I don't want to be put on antidepressants for this!!!! Help please.
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  • Well here goes...about 6 months ago I began to have a numb tingly feeling in my arms, sometimes only on one side, othertimes on both. I got checked for pretty much every neurological problem it could be (MRIs, bloodwork, etc) and nothing was found wrong. It eventually went away for a few months, and now is back. I notice also that it is worse when I drink alcohol, and at night. It's like I can feel something moving around in my arm the more I drink. I also am now experiencing a tightness in my chest that occurs also at night, and with no reason. I got freaked out last week and went to urgent care. Blood pressure was normal, heart rate fine, EKG and bloodwork all normal. They basically told me I was probably having a panic attack. I don't feel anxious/nervous until this happens though! It always happens when I am trying to relax and have a good time. When I am busy I guess I don't notice it. I am 5'5, 108 lbs...kinda thin I guess but still healthy by the numbers. I am always cold and have a severe intolerance to it. Could this be a circulatory issue and what would I even do about getting a test for that?? Thanks...I don't want to be put on antidepressants for this!!!! Help please.Reply With QuoteThis also happens to me, mostly when I try to sleep, I found out it was due to back problems, I have a twisted spine and 2 vertabrae in my neck thathave calcium deposits which put pressure on the discs and nerves, my muscles in my back are very tight due to repetitive heavy lifting for 30 yearsI am 44 and I have been in the restaurant and bar business for this long...I also packed mules and horses in the back country. Physical Therapy 3 times per week, stretching, chiropractic adjustments and massage I have been very helpful. I may need surgery in my later years hopefully not if I take care now!!! Hope this helps
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    • February 16, 2007
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  • With you always being cold, I would say its your thyroid or because you are too think for your for your height. Thyroid can aslo cause some of your other problems. Lyme disease can also cause alot of what you are dealing with. And dosen't show up in tests. Must be tested special. Sure know what you mean abt not wanting the doc cure all for everything, antidepressant. Hope you feel better soon.
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    • February 17, 2007
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  • Well here goes...about 6 months ago I began to have a numb tingly feeling in my arms, sometimes only on one side, othertimes on both. I got checked for pretty much every neurological problem it could be (MRIs, bloodwork, etc) and nothing was found wrong. It eventually went away for a few months, and now is back. I notice also that it is worse when I drink alcohol, and at night. It's like I can feel something moving around in my arm the more I drink. I also am now experiencing a tightness in my chest that occurs also at night, and with no reason. I got freaked out last week and went to urgent care. Blood pressure was normal, heart rate fine, EKG and bloodwork all normal. They basically told me I was probably having a panic attack. I don't feel anxious/nervous until this happens though! It always happens when I am trying to relax and have a good time. When I am busy I guess I don't notice it. I am 5'5, 108 lbs...kinda thin I guess but still healthy by the numbers. I am always cold and have a severe intolerance to it. Could this be a circulatory issue and what would I even do about getting a test for that?? Thanks...I don't want to be put on antidepressants for this!!!! Help please.Reply With QuoteWhat you are having sounds like a classic panic attack. I know because I have them, too. You don't have to feel nervous before having one; that's now how it works. First, you may feel like something is a little off with your body: a twinge of pain, something feeling uncomfortable, or a feeling of impending doom washing over you. Then, you become hyper-aware of your body, which brings on the anxiety. The first time it happened to me, I called EMS and was taken to the ER. I got the same results as you: normal "Basic Metabolic Panel" and normal ECG. When I realized what it was, the episodes went down in frequency, but I have noticed that they affect me more at night and when I drink. As for medications, you don't have to be on anti-depressants if you don't want to (for SSRI's, they can take up to four weeks to start working, and have anxiety as one of their initial side effects). You could take a benzodiazepine, like Xanax or Ativan to treat panic attacks more acutely. I am currently on both. I know this was posted a while ago, but I hope that you are doing better, and know that you can get through it!
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  • I am also having the same symptoms, it feels like my veins are going to explode from pressure, especially in my arms, and my heart hurts. They can't find anything wrong. My head also throbs, it feels like a watermelon ready to explode. This is frustrating for me because I am normally a healthy person. Also if I have a glass of wine my face turns bright red. I only drink occasionally. Anyone having the same symptoms?
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  • I know what you mean. I had to quit taking wine for communion; would always turn my face blood red. I just quit altogether, but if you can find organic wine, it did not do that to me. I also get the tingling arm, particularly when walking and the arms are dangling. They swell, too. When I had chest pain, it was attributed to the esophagus.....reflux disease......another reason I quit the wine. I'm currently having a major issue with severe leg cramping, too. This is new symptom, but it's been unending pain for 7 days. I had it about a month ago for 4 days, but it went away. Saw vascular dr. No clot. Saw ortho. Pinched nerve in disc. Seemed to explain everything. Went to therapy. Was pretty useless. Pain just came back with a vengeance last week. I've tried quinine, soap in the bed, acetaminophine, walking, stretching, and all the PT exercises I was assigned the last time. Nothing is helping. Pain is worse than ever. I'm in panic mode, because it could be a clot....DVT....but I could be overreacting.
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  • What you are having sounds like a classic panic attack. I know because I have them, too. You don't have to feel nervous before having one; that's now how it works. First, you may feel like something is a little off with your body: a twinge of pain, something feeling uncomfortable, or a feeling of impending doom washing over you. Then, you become hyper-aware of your body, which brings on the anxiety. The first time it happened to me, I called EMS and was taken to the ER. I got the same results as you: normal "Basic Metabolic Panel" and normal ECG. When I realized what it was, the episodes went down in frequency, but I have noticed that they affect me more at night and when I drink. As for medications, you don't have to be on anti-depressants if you don't want to (for SSRI's, they can take up to four weeks to start working, and have anxiety as one of their initial side effects). You could take a benzodiazepine, like Xanax or Ativan to treat panic attacks more acutely. I am currently on both. I know this was posted a while ago, but I hope that you are doing better, and know that you can get through it!Just wanted to mention that if it is panic attacks you don't necessarily need any type of medications at all. I used to have them years ago and for me just knowing what it was and that I wasn't crazy or dying helped tremendously. I also did deep breathing whenever I had an attack and just let it kind of wash over me instead of fighting it. This was in my early 20's and I've had maybe 5 attacks since then. (I'm 43) I just hate that doctors always want to use the drug approach first. Try other things first and use the meds only as a last resort
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  • Well here goes...about 6 months ago I began to have a numb tingly feeling in my arms, sometimes only on one side, othertimes on both. I got checked for pretty much every neurological problem it could be (MRIs, bloodwork, etc) and nothing was found wrong. It eventually went away for a few months, and now is back. I notice also that it is worse when I drink alcohol, and at night. It's like I can feel something moving around in my arm the more I drink. I also am now experiencing a tightness in my chest that occurs also at night, and with no reason. I got freaked out last week and went to urgent care. Blood pressure was normal, heart rate fine, EKG and bloodwork all normal. They basically told me I was probably having a panic attack. I don't feel anxious/nervous until this happens though! It always happens when I am trying to relax and have a good time. When I am busy I guess I don't notice it. I am 5'5, 108 lbs...kinda thin I guess but still healthy by the numbers. I am always cold and have a severe intolerance to it. Could this be a circulatory issue and what would I even do about getting a test for that?? Thanks...I don't want to be put on antidepressants for this!!!! Help please.Reply With QuotePlease write back to let us know how you are doing. For what it is worth, you are not alone in many of your symptoms. I have the same tingling arms that you mentioned. The tingling happens every time I lie down and wakes me up often. I have the same occasional sensation of something moving in my arms. This tingling also happens during the evening if I am just sitting and relaxing, and I never notice it when my arms are active during the day. But my arms do feel some numbness and fatigue during the day -- I figure because they have been tingly all night. I do not have the same reaction to alcohol that you mentioned -- alcohol seems to neither help nor hurt. At the onset of my symptoms a few months ago, I also had tremor and some shakiness/loss of coordination in my left hand. This symptom has improved to the point that the tremor is now mostly only in the left index and thumb. I am also thin -- 6'1" 172 lbs, but otherwise healthy (I think). EMG test on left arm (my worst one) was negative. Doc has recently put me on Mirapex (a Parkinson's Disease or Restless Leg Syndrome med) to see if that helps with the tremor. I don't think that it does. I am finally having an MRI this coming week -- and I am praying this isn't MS or some other progressive disease. I have not yet been tested for Lyme Disease, but maybe that would be the next step after the MRI. Oh yeah... I almost forgot about your possible anxiety attack. You certainly can try various non-medicinal relaxation techniques to see if those help, but also make certain to mention this symptom to your regular doc. There are things that he/she can recommend -- both antidepressant and other. I had similar issues a few years ago, and an internal medicine specialist recommended that I try Levbid. This is a medicine often prescribed for irritable bowel syndrome (which I do not have), but it relaxes the gut and other internal organs, and the doc said that he has also seen improvement in non-IBS patients with anxiety-like symptoms. Just an idea. Best wishes to you, and write back with your progress. Thx ML
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  • Please write back to let us know how you are doing. For what it is worth, you are not alone in many of your symptoms. I have the same tingling arms that you mentioned. The tingling happens every time I lie down and wakes me up often. I have the same occasional sensation of something moving in my arms. This tingling also happens during the evening if I am just sitting and relaxing, and I never notice it when my arms are active during the day. But my arms do feel some numbness and fatigue during the day -- I figure because they have been tingly all night. I do not have the same reaction to alcohol that you mentioned -- alcohol seems to neither help nor hurt. At the onset of my symptoms a few months ago, I also had tremor and some shakiness/loss of coordination in my left hand. This symptom has improved to the point that the tremor is now mostly only in the left index and thumb. I am also thin -- 6'1" 172 lbs, but otherwise healthy (I think). EMG test on left arm (my worst one) was negative. Doc has recently put me on Mirapex (a Parkinson's Disease or Restless Leg Syndrome med) to see if that helps with the tremor. I don't think that it does. I am finally having an MRI this coming week -- and I am praying this isn't MS or some other progressive disease. I have not yet been tested for Lyme Disease, but maybe that would be the next step after the MRI. Oh yeah... I almost forgot about your possible anxiety attack. You certainly can try various non-medicinal relaxation techniques to see if those help, but also make certain to mention this symptom to your regular doc. There are things that he/she can recommend -- both antidepressant and other. I had similar issues a few years ago, and an internal medicine specialist recommended that I try Levbid. This is a medicine often prescribed for irritable bowel syndrome (which I do not have), but it relaxes the gut and other internal organs, and the doc said that he has also seen improvement in non-IBS patients with anxiety-like symptoms. Just an idea. Best wishes to you, and write back with your progress. Thx MLI too am having tingling in my arms and also the left side of my face , I am having huge bruise appearing on my thighs and legs for no apparent reason. I haven't bumped them or hit them or anything. I don't know what is going on with me either. I was recently in the ER with 173/150 BP and admitted with heart attack pains in my chest and went through alot of shots in belly for thinnin blood . that was 3 weeks ago . I don't know what is going on. I am seeing the doctor tomorrow and hopefully will find out. My tingingling happens while sitting , standing , laying down and also my whole left side goes to sleep like and tingles . It is weird. I take Lyrica100mg 3xdaily,Talwin,Darvacet,Flexeril,Celebrex,Prevacid,Ambien to sleep. I have Neuropathy, Multiple herniated nucleous pulposa Lumbar spine , cervical spine only one there but have spurs from cervical to thoracic,lumbar spine and 2 pinched nerves and chronic degenerate arthritis,. I do good to be able to still walk. I have had a stroke and that was the on set of the first tingle in face and arms. I hope you are not in the same mess as I was . All my problems with tingling are stress related or that is what the doctors told me . try relaxing more and thinking less about it all . get more sleep,take potassium , manganese , magnesium, garlic ,multiple vitimin , multiple mineral supplements and maybe they will help you too. I am trying them hopeing for a cure.the pain and spinal problems are to be lived with . The other I hope to do away with. MsCollom hopes you do better too.
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  • these are long term symptoms of lymphatic failure, which is a slow decline somewhat mimicing natural aging accellerated.bits of deformed protiens and toxins build up in your body's tissues and sometimes blood as well. It strangles off circulation to capillaries. causing mild symptoms at first, eventually the back log plus the chronic infections this condition causes, build to a point that you get high bp or heart pain. these symptoms will also usually be accommpanied by off and on swelling and or bouts of pain in the groin area where the thigh meets the crotch, the armpits, the neck, the inner area of the elbow region and the lower abdomen especially near the line of the pelvis ridges.These are end result symptoms people with lymphatic cancer go through if they are not given treatment and sometimes even if they are.There is a silent epidemic of severe lymphatic illness right now in the US and possibly worldwide thought they seem to recognize it a little more.Some of the imaginary diagnosis the epidemic is causing are: fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, gulf war syndrome, lupis and ms. People really are sick but they are not sick from 'autoimmune' issues or what have you.Some of the real diseases causing lymphatic falure are: chlamidia (especially LGV which is endemic and mexico and spreading but very hard to detect), human lymphotropic virus b (herpes family), weaponized micobacteria brought back during the first iraq war (proven and major lawsuit won against the us government) and several other "rare" or hard to detect pathogens. Some of the reasons are: sexual sloppiness, people with lymphatic cancers living and spreading more disease, poor diet, pcbs from too many plastics, the effects of electronics radiation, poorly raised crops and cattle resulting in infectious and inadequate food, social turmoil of irresponsable, delusional and selfish societal values (largely contributed to by tv and music related fantasies and mimicry), 'medicine' that does more harm than good, doctors who either dont do their job or are attacked by various factions.Listen up, if you dont beleive it- non-hodgkins lymphoma is the fastest growing cancer diagnosis in the US. But you don't have to get cancer in order to have your lymphatic system destroyed and to die from it.
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  • I am also having the same symptoms, it feels like my veins are going to explode from pressure, especially in my arms, and my heart hurts. They can't find anything wrong. My head also throbs, it feels like a watermelon ready to explode. This is frustrating for me because I am normally a healthy person. Also if I have a glass of wine my face turns bright red. I only drink occasionally. Anyone having the same symptoms?i was having these exact same symptoms and it was starting to scare me. I went to a heart specialist and everything was normal, i don't know if you are a male or female. I am a female and by shear luck i happened to find out about PCOS. This causes insulin resistence and you can have it from your teen years and never know it until something starts to give out or you start to show real signs of "something wrong". It is treated as diabetes basically. I started taking Metformin and the pressure in my arm and chest and head when i would try to rest came to a complete stop after 48 hours on the medication. Now i follow a diabetics low carb diet and drink plenty of water and this has helped tremendously! Lots of people would never think "Insulin Resistence". You may want to have your blood checked to make sure you are not diabetic or even pre-diabetic. Hope this information helps! Good luck and I hope you are feeling better soon!
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    • August 18, 2007
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  • OMG!! I am having this symptoms!! Every thing you just explained! What should I do? What do the doctor need to test me for?
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  • I have swelling in both knees, both wrists, hands that swell and burn , fingers stiff numb at fingertips, very reddened at night and hot, ankles also swollen. Elbows also hurt. I was in a zumba dance class at then end of December for about 4 classes. Noticed that my knees, upper thighs and calves were very stiff and it was hard to walk. Thought it was just because I was inactive and then started dance class. The pain in upper thigh and calf went away.Both knees still swollen. Left worse than right. When I crouched down it felt as if something was flapping on left side of knee. It has improved with PT. When I sit for a period of time my knees are so stiff. I have to walk sideways to get down stair in the morning. Blood tests show slight L albumin and alkaline phosphtase, Folate, serum-H, Total protein L-6.0, beta globulin L-0.78, lymps-L-0.7, MCV-H-97., RDW-H-15.3, EOS-H-10, CRP-normal-2.21. Also technical comment on lab sheet: hypoalbuminemia. I do have celiac disease, Mitral valve prolapse and had mononucelosis about 30 years ago. I also did go to AMexico, Cozumel and was bit by something very small I didn't see it at San Miguel. I also took a microbioloby class and am allergic to latex. Exposed to many microbacteria and did not have a supply of vinyl gloves at the school. A few times may have had l glove. Unsure what has happened to me.
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  • Well, I'm 23 and I've had a tingly feeling off and on for the past 4-5 years. It first started when they gave me an IV of sick stomach shot when I got sick few years ago and it have came and gone off and on since... though I've noticed it started more often the past month. I don't drink, I don't smoke and I eat healthy as I can... I can't SLEEP for it, cause I feel like something is crawling all over inside my body, throughout my veins and it's worse in my arms and it only happens at night so far.. I call it Tingly feeling but might be something major different than what you all are having... Any ideas?
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  • Sounds like it could be metal poisoning. The best book on the subject is by Andrew Hall Cutler, Amalgam Illness. I would get his book and use it to figure out if you got it. And if you do, it will also tell you how to recover from it. Main stream Doctors can not help you as they are not trained in metal toxicology or how to test for it. They will most likely tell you that its all in your head and get you on some psych drug.If you have a lot of amalgams, had amalgams replaced, accidentally swallowed amalgams, been exposed to welding fumes, cement dust, mercury, broken thermometer, florescent bulbs, lead paint, lead fumes, lead pipes, ..... you get the idea. Then this would point in this direction.
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  • It was great to see that i am not the only person having this issue. I know this was 2 years ago, but, it made me feel alot better. I have anxiety that appeared after seeing someone with a gun fixing to rob a store. I was convinced one day that I was having a heart attack. I went to my dr, I have had 2 ekg's done, and they were both normal. they said its just asthma mixed with anxiety, but, you feel that one little twinge and your mind goes crazy thinking of all the terrible things it can be. I was put on anxiety meds, and hated them b/c i felt "out of body" so I quit taking them. I just try to deal with it and make myself calm. But, thanks for the great post!
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  • hey my names kayleigh and im 17 it 1st started about 4-6 months ago i was jst lying on my bed watchin slins and suddenly i fort my leg was goin numb and then i felt dizzy then i strated checkin my hole then ran to the hospital ( only live round the corner from ) and had to sit down harf way there i felt like i was goin to faint at the end i got there got checked out and they said im fine went home couple days after if started gettin worse coz i cudnt stop checkin my self on ma body and sumtime i think i can see things on me bt aint der so i went the doctors and told them and they said its a possibility that uve bin having pannic attacks so they giv me sum tablets called ( propranolol ) thats slows ya heart rate down bt i dint want tto take them coz i was worried that it wud stop me from breathin. and now i feel like i carnt swallow anythin and that i av to jst swallow abit at a time coz i dnt want to choke even tho i wnt. and i was lyin in bath the other day and **** feel the top ove my leg so i jumped out and kept squeezing then it was ok that nyt i was lying on me bed and it felt like my right arm went numb so i started speezing my arm too its doin ma head in a feel dizzy sumtimes to and i crnt even sleep much no more coz all i fink about is dat am not guna wake up in the mornin.i never use to have much confidence but now i do it jst feels like i dnt give a dahm and wen i go outside if feels like im not there and that im dreaming its weird and my feet are cold mostly and i hope yuu get threw yur pannic attacks :-)ps i had a blood test bowt 3 months ago and it was all fine bt myt get another 1
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  • I am getting the exact thing you described, but this is the first time I've gotten it. I came off Celexa, an antidepressant about two and a half weeks ago, and I was only on it for about two and a half weeks to begin with, plus I tapered off.Randomly in the past few days parts of my brain have been feeling tingly, but tonight as I was going to bed and started to relax, suddenly my whole brain felt tingly and then the top part of my back and now my whole body. It's very very weird, and I'm wondering if its withdrawal or if it is some other physical medical condition not related to mental condition that caused my problems in the first place. Then again I should probably see if it continues. It's interesting we have the same thing though. Did you ever find out what it was from??? I also am getting the tightness in the heart feeling. It feels like I'm very stressed but for no reason at all and its entirely concentrated in my heart, my thoughts aren't stressed at all.
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  • I am also having the same symptoms, it feels like my veins are going to explode from pressure, especially in my arms, and my heart hurts. They can't find anything wrong. My head also throbs, it feels like a watermelon ready to explode. This is frustrating for me because I am normally a healthy person. Also if I have a glass of wine my face turns bright red. I only drink occasionally. Anyone having the same symptoms?Yes, I having the same thing! I have Fibro and it's not a panic attack, i have had many of those. This is driving me crazy! I have a headache, chest pain, veins bulging. I have had 3 herniated lower lumbar disks in 1992 and my Dr. cut my bladder in 1995, kidney failer in 1996. With e-coli-paratinitious. I was healthy as anything before. Now i am 44 and i have had years of physical therapy but seems like they give u medicine everytime, but nothing really works....
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  • I am also having the same symptoms, it feels like my veins are going to explode from pressure, especially in my arms, and my heart hurts. They can't find anything wrong. My head also throbs, it feels like a watermelon ready to explode. This is frustrating for me because I am normally a healthy person. Also if I have a glass of wine my face turns bright red. I only drink occasionally. Anyone having the same symptoms?if you lift your arms above your head do you loose your pulse in either or both arms. I have a few similar symptoms and had similar test with nothing found until I lifted my arms above my head for work one day and my arms went numb for awhile. I have Thoracic outlet syndrome which isn't too series and probably needs physio....sometimes surgery is also needed.
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  • I get this on and off also, but back to ETOH consumption of the first post that would be due to dehydration(numbness). ETOH blocks your bodies' ADH hormone causing you to pee out excessive amounts of water and electrolytes when you are drinking. Thus decreasing your blood volume in your circulation. They say for every drink you consume you should drink one glass of water for replacement. Just like the hangover headache you get that is caused from the dehydration also post drinking. There is a large tendon on your head that pulls very tight the next morning after you drink causing the hangover headache. Thats why when we go to Vegas for 5 days we do IV fluid rehydration therapy when it is all over....lol which most of you will not be able to do because you are not in the medical field. But with the other posts it could be something else. I am only refering to drinking and the first post. My brother also gets this without drinking. He is in his 20's, but we both also have Factor V Leiden. So you cant really say for sure what causes this without a medical DX. It would only be guessing at this point.
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