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Body numbness, fainting, loss of balance on sneezing. MRI scan normal. Treatment options?

Hi, I have started facing this problem very recently from last 1 month. Whenever I sneeze , it is so bad that half my body goes completely numb from top to bottom and I loose my control over the body and fall down!!! It takes 5-10 minutes to get back to normal. I have undergone full body MRI scan and the reports are completely normal. Could you please suggest, what should be done next on urgent basis, because sneezing is very common and it is not possible to fall down every time I sneeze?? Please suggest. Thanks
Asked On : Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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i think you are suffering from some allergic disorder get check your complete blood count and avoid allergen factors like dust pollen or mites or any food substances. in extreme cases you can take some allergy medicines in the night. consult your GP if symptoms are not relieved
Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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