Throbbing and Tinglingmy in my mouth

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have had this problem for about 4 years. I have been to several doctors and their not sure what it is. They thought trigeminal neurology but the outside of my face doesnt hurt.  I had a steroid injection shotseveral years ago, when the dr. hit something and spinal fluid was leaked . i have a burning feeling in my rectum area and in vaginal area anytime i bend over, sneeze, cough etc.. adaoes anyone have any idea what is going on with me? I'm about to give up hope. I'm 47 years old, i never thought this is how i would spend the rest of my life feeling. 

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    Hi Tammy,

    I assume you mentioned this to your own doctor or GP already?

    Your next step would be to ask your doctor to refer you to a Consultant/Neurologist whom will probably want some scans done, I would assume in your case this would be a MRI scan first, then depending on the outcome a CT Scan.

    See, how you get on with that first.

    Regards,

    Les.

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    If the inside of your mouth is burning you may want to consider a food allergy
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      burning was in rectum area and vagina. had steriod shot years ago and could feel liquid (spinal fluid) go to crack of behind and along the right side of vagina. the real roblem is throbbing in my mouth. i can feel my heart beat in my teeth but only on the right side. i have been seen by a neurologist and he thought it was trigenimal neurolgial but because the outside of my face doesnt hurt he ruled that out. he then sent me to pain management and they were giving me lidocaine injections threw intravenous and that didnt work. its a tigling and throbbing feel and feels like my gums are swollen. crazy right? i wish someone could shed some light on ths so i would know what to do next.
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      Read about Vitamin D deficiency I think you will be convinced that it is worth a shot.  The deficiency...can also cause "dental" issues...along with the numbness and tingling and some other symptoms.
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    Hi..Have you had your Vitamin D checked?

    ​Many people do not have this vitamin checked.  I was just tested for this deficiency..which can cause numbing and tingling and the Dr. told me that 78% of the population is Vitamin D deficient.

    ​I think it is worth checking for you.

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