Tingling sensation in head

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Hi ive been getting burning. Tingling sensation in my head. It's there every day. Has anyone else experience this.

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  • Posted

    Hi Desmond

    I get the tingling and numbness

    but not burning sensation,

    mainly late at night.

    Ive no idea what's causing it though.

    • Posted

      Let's hope neurologist finds out what's wrong.

      I'm on Amitriptyln andhelos with nerve pain so poss what's causing tingling.

      I can never get to see GP without something else being picked up.

      ie last week a viral infection was picked up I'd got about pain in my feet lol.

      So have to make another apnt takes weeks ..

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      Doctors are nightmare to get in to. With head pain I don't think they take it seriously enough and think sticking u on pills is the answer. I shall ask if it a nerve problem. Cheers for that let's hope so 😀

    • Posted

      Well that stressful enough moving to a new area in its self..Well I wish you all the best. And if you ever want a chat anytime. Just find me here. Take care
    • Posted

      That's true I moved twice in 6 months

      so will be stressed..OK now though happy

      Just think its something to do with nerve pain I get in shoulder n my back..

      Joys of getting old n fat lol..

      Take care speak soon

  • Posted

    Amytryptalene Desmond has some unpleasent side effects that will clear. Sometimes tingling may be felt as the medication sometimes is used in the treatment of nerve damage.

    It could also be effected by the dose you are taking, the twenty five mg dose can have unpleasent sensations in your mouth if not taken with water, or milk, I take the latter.

    If the sensations continue for a time discuss these sensations with your GP. It may be caused by your Anxiety



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