Pains coming and going

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king1234
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Date Joined Nov 2006
Total Posts : 491
   Posted 11/5/2008 10:13 PM (GMT -7)   
Hi all, I am back. I go to another nuero tomorrow for feedback on my issues. I have read things about pains coming and going, or weaning on and off. My pains come and go but they are within a days time. Today has been a bad pain day for me. For example, my toe hurt really bad for about 2 minutes (like a toothache pain) then went away and about 20 min later I got that pain in my finger. Is that what you mean by the pains coming and going? I do not have a constant pain in one area. The longest pain last lasted less then one day outside of this bruised type feeling I have in my mid spine.
 
Pains have been darting all over my body today. Everything from a random nerve pain that hit my left foot, to my toothache pains to now muscle pains. They all just hit and go so quickly but hurt to the point it takes my breath away...
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33 yr old female
 
GERD dx March 2007
Migraines with Aura
IBS
Currently no dx for:  migratory joint/bone pain, extreme joint cracking, feet buzzing/vibrating, right eye pain,mid spine soreness (like a constant bruise) fatigue and dizzy spells, bumps and indents on nails. New as of Aug-muscle twitching throughout my body. 
 
New as of Oct- DX with mild to moderate c spine stenosis and compression on spinal cord .
 
TESTS-BloodCBC,ANA,Sed rate,Lupus,RA, Vit D,Anti nuc,Calcium.TSH (seems to flucuate alot),T3 -Too many to list -all CLEAR
 
Scans/xraysUltra sound of stomach organs,Sig/colonoscopy (mid way through),MRI of head and spine, full body bone scan-ALL CLEAR
 
 
 
 
 
 


Sunnycitrus
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Date Joined Apr 2007
Total Posts : 334
   Posted 11/5/2008 11:58 PM (GMT -7)   

Hi King,

There are different types of pain in MS, but whatever type of pain it is, it doesn’t tend to randomly and briefly jump all over the body as you describe. It is also an issue that lasts for more than one day, as it is associated with damage to the myelin sheath. Pain can vary in intensity, but is usually in specific location(s), not one toe for two minutes, one finger for another few minutes etc. I hope this helps, and that you are able to find some relief really soon. Good luck tomorrow.

Sunny

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