For the past few years I've had a slightly different sense of feeling in my left side, it feels numb. I can still feel things and use it fine, but it's not as sensitive as my right side. It was barely noticable until about a year ago.
The left side of my face and my left hand are affected most, I feel like my mouth is kinda droopy on the inside and my left side reacts a little slower (my left eye blinks slightly afterwards and my left fingers don't seem to respond to things nearly as fast as my right ones)
I have pain in the left side of my neck and my neck. I've also had a headache pretty much constantly for the past couple months, it sometimes feels like a lot of pressure on the top of my head or side by my face, or I get shooting pains. I have trouble focusing on things.
I also get shooting pains down my lower arm and lower leg, and pins and needles around my fingers and foot.
I've been referred to a neurologist, after being sent to an orthapedic consultant who told me there was nothing wrong and I needed to see a psychologist :/
But while I'm playing the waiting game, any ideas what could be the cause of all this? Oh, I'm a 20 year old female by the way if that changes anything!
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