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Post by Alba-Neuk on Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:12 am

Having continuous tingly face and numbness , moving to leg and arm this eve. Have no idea what the trigger may be as i have done nothing at all out of the usual. Even stayed away from chocolate easter eggs. Trying not to worry about it or I'll set of a panic attack Sad I hate these HM s so much
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Post by whitzendJane on Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:16 am

It's frightening isn't it? I still get odd symptoms I have never had crop up randomly...freaks me out..if I am out of the house on my own I can have panic attacks too when this happens.

Try messaging Tracey for a chat as she has more experience of this type of thing than me. Hope it settles soon.

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Post by Alba-Neuk on Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:20 am

thankyou for the hug Smile yes they are scary.
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Post by Tee on Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:35 am

Karen I am on the chat - on here now - if you would like to chat?


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Post by Tee on Tue Apr 26, 2011 8:47 am

Hi

These sensations are part of the physical aura - i have them everyday 24/7 its just a case of how bad - so do not panic!

Firstly, have you had them before?
And where they in the same place?
Have you ever had a silent mig - ie all aura symptoms and no headache?

Two things spring to mind - they could be a warning that a mig is coming - so try to rest and have a triptan at hand.

Or it might be the start of a silent mig - its when the aura part gets totally out of hand but a headache does not develop. I have found that a triptan can take the symptoms away. So if it gets to a point where you cannot cope try a triptan.

I would also mention it to your neuro.

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Post by Alba-Neuk on Tue Apr 26, 2011 11:09 pm

I get acephalgic ( silent) hemiplegic migraine most time, strangely enough when i get a headache i never get any other symptoms at all.

My doc stopped me taking the triptan, said they werent safe to take when i was diagnosed with HM.
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