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Brain numbness, headaches, migraines. Diagnosed TMJ. Taking methadone. Help?

hi i m krissy. i ve been having brain numbness and right side numbness every 20 minutes for a week now. i m 35 with tmj and suffer chronic headaches & migraines since i was 16. i ve had cat scans and mri s and am currently on a 30mg dose of methadone - which i hate and want to get off immediately. what do you think i m experiencing and/or should do? thank you kindly for your time and response.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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The numbness that you are feeling is not likely to be related to taking methadone. It is most commonly seen due to vitamin B 12 deficiency or an electrolyte imbalance. Taking proper supplements will help in decreasing the symptoms.
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Answered: Tue, 5 Feb 2013
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