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Treatment for nerve twitching and cold? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 26-Mar-2013
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Doctor:Please proceed.
Doctor:okay, please go ahead
Doctor:Please tell me what you mean by nerve twitching
User:you was asking abt cold right? i have gelly saliva some times XXXXXXX some times normal
Doctor:You mean, you have nasal blockage and you get whitish or greenish mucus from the nose?
User:i can feel the beats of nerves and i can sense it
User:both from throat and nose
Doctor:You mean you can feel your muscles contracting repeatedly?
Doctor:Do you also have bloked nose most of the times?
Doctor:I mean blocked nose?
User:yep also i feel lot of tired and wired
User:exactly dr
Doctor:Since when are you having this muscle twitching?
User:is this some thing related to auto immune problem or i have some hiv infection or something
User:for past 6 months
Doctor:It does not look like both.
Doctor:how frequently do you feel this muscle twitching?
User:now a days i have pain in head of penis after ejaculation
Doctor:Are you married?
User:all time day n night
User:no dr am not married also not had sex with anyone
User:is this pain is normal? or bcas of infection?
Doctor:The pain you are having in the head of the penis could be due to some local infection or it could be due to urinary tract infection
Doctor:You need to consult a neurologist to find out the reason for the muscle twitching in your back.
Doctor:I can not place your symptoms in any one category.
User:how to identify is this coming frome some where
Doctor:Your cold could be due to some dust allergy.
Doctor:You will need a complete neurological examination to find out the reason for the muscle twitching
User:its not some thing like aids or tb right?
Doctor:I can not tell you anything more about this without examining
Doctor:AIDS and TB do not cause muscle twitching
Doctor:Muscle twitching is mostly seen in conditions which affect the nerves.
Doctor:And vitamin deficiencies
User:ok but i have some brething difficulty thats y i asked u
Doctor:and stress
Doctor:What type of breathing difficulty?
Doctor:How old are you?
Doctor:and can you tell me your Gender?
User:uncomfortable to breath i can breath through nostril if i lay on flat surface i cant breath
User:age 27 and male
Doctor:Okay, when you lay flat, where do you feel the blockage? in the nose or throat?
User:whether the nerve could ne the reason for eye driness and throat driness
Doctor:please answer the question
Doctor:okay. your breathing difficulty seems most likely due to the mucus
Doctor:dryness could be due to the weather
Doctor:or it could also be due to some kind of allergy
User:hmmm ok
Doctor:to relieve your nose block, you can do steam inhalation 4 to 6 times in a day
Doctor:By this your cold will be relieved and also your throat dryness will be relieved
User:ok fine
Doctor:and you need to consult a good neurologist to find out the reason for the muscle twitches
Doctor:and for the cold and dry throat and eyes you can consult a good ENT doctor
Doctor:Is there anything else you want to discuss?
User:fine dr thanks for you time and answers
Doctor:You are welcome. Thank you for consulting me. Have a good day.
Doctor:Bye for now
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