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Amy Ladd, MD, is a professor of orthopaedic surgery (hand surgery) and, by courtesy, of medicine (immunology & rheumatology) and of surgery at Stanford University Medical Center. She is chief of the Robert A. Chase Hand Center at Stanford and chief of the Pediatric Hand and Upper Limb Clinic at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital. A renowned hand surgeon, Ladd also studies and treats congenital hand anomalies in children. Ladd received her MD from State University of New York and did her orthopaedic residency at the University of Rochester School of Medicine. She completed a hand fellowship at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Boston Children’s Hospital.

I have numbness in my head, face, shoulders and radiating to the upper torso, to elbows. I have dizzy spells this all started after I popped my neck. when I wake in the morning its not so intense until I get to work and start lifting or reaching over my head. I’m still waiting on an MRI – my PCP sent me for xray where I have a bone spur attached to where I had a fusion. Is this the connection to the numbness? but If I take a muscle relaxer I’m in so much pain I cannot stand myself so I guess I would rather be numb!? But there is a problem and I would just like to know what it is

This could cause a number of different symptoms, but a loss of sensation is one of the more likely ones. The other type of trauma results from a branch of the nerve becoming compressed. This is akin to sleeping on one’s arm with the result that the arm “goes to sleep,” a somewhat uncomfortable condition usually consisting of an initial numbness followed by a “pins and needles” sensation. Sleeping in an awkward position is one of the leading causes of trauma to the nerve and can result in facial numbness that, while temporary, can sometimes last for several hours or even longer.

I've been having the same symptoms for a couple of weeks now, on and off. Left side numbness, tinglyness and fatigue. Also lots of anxiety, fear and negative emotions. I would feel even worse if my father hadn't gone through the same in his youth. I'm 23 btw. He told me about his experiences when I had my first panic attack while I was on the phone with him. He called it vegetative dystonia. Back in the day during his 20's, he experienced heavy panic attacks and all the symptoms I'm experiencing right now. Professionals shooed him away after examinations, all tests came back negative. This did not convince him that he was in full health. He actually moved close to a hospital in case the panic attacks came over him again. Anyway, he's 55 years old now alive and kicking. So the point is if you're having the same thing as us then you're just gonna have to tough it out. I find that knowing it's just your brain messing with you and that no one has died from this condition helps with coping with the panic attacks and the continuous symptoms. Try meditating to be more aware. This will help you to remember that you are not actually having a heart attack. Stressing about the symptoms is not going to help.

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I've been having the same symptoms for a couple of weeks now, on and off. Left side numbness, tinglyness and fatigue. Also lots of anxiety, fear and negative emotions. I would feel even worse if my father hadn't gone through the same in his youth. I'm 23 btw. He told me about his experiences when I had my first panic attack while I was on the phone with him. He called it vegetative dystonia. Back in the day during his 20's, he experienced heavy panic attacks and all the symptoms I'm experiencing right now. Professionals shooed him away after examinations, all tests came back negative. This did not convince him that he was in full health. He actually moved close to a hospital in case the panic attacks came over him again. Anyway, he's 55 years old now alive and kicking. So the point is if you're having the same thing as us then you're just gonna have to tough it out. I find that knowing it's just your brain messing with you and that no one has died from this condition helps with coping with the panic attacks and the continuous symptoms. Try meditating to be more aware. This will help you to remember that you are not actually having a heart attack. Stressing about the symptoms is not going to help.

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