Challenj, yes I was concerned about this because I read about MS and when holding the head down. And I've read a lot about folks having electrical 'shock' feelings. Mine does not seem to be related to any head position, unless it's something I do at nite and the feeling awakens me. I've done a lot of searching and find a lot of stuff about electrical shocks and 'tingle' as you call it. I do not feel a shock or tingle -- it feels like an electrical current shooting up or down my arms, legs, and now often torso.
btw, I have neuro-Lyme -- meaning my symptoms are more neurological than arthritic. My lyme Dr recommended a neurologist. Since I believe this is related to Lyme -- also meaning that my Chronic Epstein-Barr -- were caused by Lyme, and since I'm concerned about having any MS symptoms because of that, I'm not sure why he can't help me.
What kind of Dr did you see for an MS diagnosis and what did you have to go thru?
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