Diagnosis: Nerve pain Symptoms: tingling, burning, itching, band around head, treatment: carbamapine

Diagnosis: Nerve pain Symptoms: tingling, burning, itching, band around head, treatment: carbamapine

I have been feeling weird head sensations. Pulling, burning, itching, tingling. Sometimes it feels like a tight band is around my head. I neurologist determined that it was nerve pain and prescribed carbamazepine. I have been taking this medication for about 2 and a half weeks. I don't feel any improvement. Is there any information about my symptoms?

A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

Herbal remedies take time to reach their full potency but they're well worth trying & if u can't afford organic just go for the freshest non-organic food u can afford you'll still be doing the right thing.

posted 3 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

Hi Terry. I just took some feverfew in capsule form. I was reading that it could help overtime. Someone told me to try to eat a plant based diet as much as possible. That isn't hard for. It is more challenging to eat organics only. They can be expensive.

posted 3 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

Rosemary Eucalyptus Peppermint Clove oils, Capsaicin Ginger and Feverfew will all help too. Obviously the best you can afford will work better than cheap rubbish GIVE THEM A TRY U NEVER KNOW THEY MIGHT EASE UR PAIN dear friend!

posted 3 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

Are you being serious or sarcastic? Seems sarcastic. I pray for all here the same as myself. Nothing would make me happier to hear of some of all to be completely healed. Just to know more are at a livable level. I ask for either, knowing it's not going to be all this side of heaven. As regards myself, I'm not selfish for saying it. I know because I pray for all here and other places. I've prayed for you Don. I'm sorry you're no more healed than me. I'm glad you've had success with your own medical marijuana.

@A MyChronicPainTeam Member, I've been told the same on every side. First my back, then fibromyalgia, followed by my initial misdiagnosis on my current condition. Years later a tailbone broken at two different times, effectively crushing it on itself and finally the believable correct diagnosis of my autoimmune disease, which also is said incurable. I understand what you're saying. My complete journey of pain has been over 20 years. Others here can say much longer. For me, my hope in God is a matter of faith and trust. What I know He can do, is rarely the same as what He will do or how He chooses to do it. I have been healed of certain and confirmed things in my life. I don't pretend to fully understand every reason why not other things. My pain journey has been difficult in many ways. One thing it's done is strengthen my relationship with God. That by itself is reason enough for me and I push on with that. I've had more than my share of times I've begged to be taken home, but if I'm still breathing I know He has a reason and purpose for me here.

My apologies if I misread your response, but I felt it necessary to respond to what I at least thought you were saying. Myself, I'm on my third week of pain levels moving between 6 and 10. It's been too long since the infusions done at the hospital on an emergency basis. If it continues to escalate I'll likely be forced to return. I still don't know if the first infusions will be paid for. It's not what's desired because what I need is five days straight and repeated once a month for six months. That should produce some sustained relief. It's success will determine how often a single infusion is needed to continue the success. Except for insurance I'd have had it nearly three weeks ago. It sincerely helped enough I'd gladly pay for it myself. Got a spare 30,000 a month for the next six months? Certainly out of my reach. Excuse me, I've got to go tend to my pain now...😊
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edited, originally posted 4 months ago
A MyChronicPainTeam Member said:

Sometimes I feel tingling in my feet and hands

posted 4 months ago
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