What Do Numbness And Burning Sensation In The Shoulders Indicate After Botox Injections?
Other conditions to consider too, MRI will give the necessary data.
Hello and thanks for using HCM.
I have read your question and understand your concerns.
Chances of hitting a nerve during Botox injections are very low, but cannot be excluded entirely and may be the cause of the loss of touch sensation around the injection site.
Burning sensation in the shoulder may be related to pinched/compressed nerve from other conditions such cervical spondylosis, herniated disc disease, at the exit from the cervical spinal cord, but also may be of orthopedic origin such bursitis for example.
I agree with the decision of your Orthopedic about MRI, but in my opinion, it is necessary to get an MRI of your cervical spine and left shoulder done.
Hope you found the answer helpful.
Let me know the MRI results.
About 435,000 women have heart attacks in the U.S. Symptoms can be so mild they're often dismissed as something minor. This is typed according to the information regarding a woman having a heart attack, including in the picture that was shown, she's rubbing the back of her neck with her left hand, which I do constantly.
I am on medication for upset stomach and throwing up, I am also on oxygen for shortness of breath, and I take medication for dizzy spells, I also get legs that become so weak that they feel wobbly, like Jello. I have to sit down when that happens or end up falling. Yes there is a tightness in my chest which makes it hard to breathe when my back and neck are burning like right now. I have a Veterans Primary Dr. who won't refer me to other Dr.'s, she is either trying to take me off my medications, or dismissing me completely.
I think it's time, I take action and go outside of the Veterans Hospital and see a private Dr. I do know I can not take any NSAIDS, or Aspirin products as I have had a Gastric Bypass to loose weight.
24-hour cardiac function monitoring is necessary.
These other health issues you refer certainly impact negatively your condition, even by raising the levels of stress and anxiety.
In my opinion, you should get examined further with a 24-hour heart rate and blood pressure monitoring such Holter monitoring as a first step.
It is a cheap and simple procedure that could give valuable information about your condition.
Hope this helps.
Get evaluated further.
I think too that if there is suspicion about arrhythmia, full cardiac work up is necessary to understand it correctly.
Getting a second opinion from another Cardiologist should help you in this direction.
Since you use chemo pills, symptoms you describe may be considered also as adverse effects.
Phenergan also may be linked to changes in heart rhythm such tachycardia or bradycardia.
However, tests are necessary to complete your evaluation and to connect the dots, so, let me know about the MRI results when you have it.
Hope I helped you so far.
Follow up question.
It is important to have a correct answer to your health question, so, it is not so important where you will get a second opinion, the important thing is to take your complaints seriously.
Let me know how it will go.