Hi, Hara. YEs i have had shocks in my body down to my toes for 2 yrs. Then i saw a massage therapist. After about
3 wks they let up alot!! I believe they come from my neck... I had am mra checking for M.S. But luckly it was normal. I noticed when i go up and down stairs, or the day i was trying to rush to my car from down pour. I started getting them again, but only mild in my head now. I haven't had the whole body shocks in a year or so now..But like everyone said, you don't want to keep something like that from your doc. That could be anything
I'm still waiting to see about
mine this week again with the neurologist
He wouldn't want to blame himself from the surgery of my neck.
I'm just so glad it isn't M.S. ( multiple sclerosis).
Goodluck to you. Laura
Cervical spine surgery 2004, C-section 1986, Cholecystectomy 1999, Thoracic and Lumbar injury 2000. Anxiety/depression 2008. Fibromyalgia 2009, Thyroidectomy 2008. Degenerative disc disease. IBS. Asthma, Rheumitoid Arthritis, Sacroillitis, Scolylosis, disc bulge in L5/S1. Meds: Lisinophil, xoponex, symbocort, pulmocort, troponal, vitamin 2000 D, Vitamin B complex, Hydrocodone, Tylonal Arthritis, Cymbalta.