tingling feeling down face

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Does anyone get a tingling feeling down side of face and head . feels like a stroke xxx

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    I have had tingling, burning, numbness in various places including my head.

    Do you have other symptoms, were you diagnosed with cervical spondylosis?

    Do you see one side of your face drooped when looking in a mirror?

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      Hi acydgod

      ​yes I have been diagnosed with CS about 4 years agao. and yes I do get the tingling in other places like on he top of my spine arms and neck .No my face doesnt look any different when this happens  x

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      Ok i think the signs of a stroke are that your face looks physically different.

      Are you doing any physical therapy, posture exercises, applying heat to your neck? That may provide some relief.

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      I do apply heat to my neck and top ofmy spine but when I went to see a physio he said there was nothing he could do.I went to A&E once cos I thought it was a TIA but they done head scans MRI AND CT but it didnt show any signs of a stroke x

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      Ok that's good.

      As for physical therapy I do think it can help if you are consistent and think consciously about posture but everyone is different.

      You might try getting another opinion perhaps.

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    Thats true I will be seeing my spinal surgeon next month as I have had 3 surgeries on my lower back and ask his opinion thanks for your help x
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    YES!!!!!!!!!!!! its very intermittent and heightend by anxiety... something is definitely wrong with my cervical spine and this could be a possibility... has anyone had like a tighter muscle on one side of their face
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