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It's been a long time since I posted here. Anxiety can make things much worse for me and reading some of the posts make my fear level go up. So, I try not to come here often but I've been having some symptoms that are driving me crazy and even though I've been scared to ask, I think I've got to the point where I need to know the answer IF someone has it.
First symptom : Stinging sensation (like when you rub wall insulation on your skin) that's mostly in my hands but sometimes it's all over. It's not really bad but I feel it and sometimes it does bother me. It's NOT itch. I've had this for the past 4 months now and it comes and goes.
Second symptom : I notice that it's much easier -since my first onset of this damn sarc about a year ago- for my skin to be "dented". Like it's easy to leave a mark on my skin and sometimes it lasts a long time. Also, the color is brighter (red) than usual. I don't know but I don't think it's my imagination. I don't have any swelling and I don't mean edema. But like if I press a coin even without too much pressure against my skin it will leave a mark that lasts for some time.
- Twitching, or something similar to muscle twitches but it's not in the muscle but it moves all over my body. This has been going on for a year now even though it's gotten much better but it still happens although not every single day. This started right after my first onset too. I keep thinking it's neurological and maybe this god damn sarc is affecting my nerves. The twitches when they happen only last like a second or 2 and then they're gone.
- Another symptom is that resting some parts of my body against anything cause them to become sore. Like when I'm lying on the couch and resting my heels on the cushions or even resting my palm on the steering wheel cause them to become sore. NOT normal.
I'm scared. I want to see a doctor again but I'm sick and tired of doctors who don't seem to know anything about this.
I hope someone can tell me something but first I hope I have the courage to read the replies.
Thank you for reading.
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