UN BALANCE AND NEEDLING

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Hi every one, beside on and off tremendous headache when coughing/sneeing/bending down, does anyof you also got numbing and needling on yur hands as well as un balance when walking...or just me?

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    yes and a year after surgery still numbness.  Doctor said after a year the chances of it going is very slim.  but overall 95% recovered.  Still get headaches but nothing like before the surgery.

     

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    Hi yeah I get everything that u have mentioned its scary x
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    Yes I got the head pressure terrible and the dizziness to the point I'd loose occasional balance. Didn't get the hand thing though. But as everyone's are simular some are different .
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    Hi , yeah I get that too I loose circulation in my index finger whenever it gets too cold , do u get any breathing problems ? I get it and now have to go for scope to see if there's any problems or if it's my malformation causing it
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      Yes, I have breathless as well, my gp have me X-ray nothing wrong with my lung or heart so when i called my neurologist, it is aa part of \cm1 some patient get some not...
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    Hi, I have numbness in my index and one other finger , I thought it was as a result of the reconstruction surgery I had when my chiari made me fall and I brike both my arms. I had my wrist rebuilt and I am now not sure if the numbness is the result of my surgery or chiari type 2??
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      to be honest i only made the connection reading this post. I did mention it at the fracture clinic last year and they said it could take up to 2 years to regrow nerve damage caused by the accident so I was just waiting. I am due an appointment with my neurologist soon so I will mention it then.

      ​Thanks Liz

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