Lhermitte's sign - Help!!

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Lhermitte's sign - Help!!

Postby Dragonfly35 » Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:45 am

Good morning all, has anyone found anything or anyweay of easing Lhermitte's sign
? I have have had it this time for over two weeks and it is driving me mad - espicially as I work on a computer!! I bend my head and I get a shock that radiates right down to my toes! I now also feel like a tuning fork - if I knock or tap my torso or legs I get a vibration from my lower back (Cervical spine I assume?) Its driving me mad and making me feel quite on edge. Does anyone know of anything that can help????

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Re: Lhermitte's sign - Help!!

Postby civickiller » Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:17 am

Upper Cervical Care chiropractics got rid of my Lhermittes. also fixed my fatigue, heat sensitivity, and back pain

i havent heard of anything else that even helps

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Re: Lhermitte's sign - Help!!

Postby icecube2 » Mon Feb 06, 2012 4:48 am

Hi!

Me too, it didnt go to my toes though, when I tipped my head forward had a tingly feeling that went about 6 inches down my neck and upper back between my shoulder blades.

But after receiving Chiropractic treatment on my neck/cervical spine, has since gone
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Re: Lhermitte's sign - Help!!

Postby LR1234 » Mon Feb 06, 2012 6:58 am

I just wanted to say I know exactly how you feel about the feeling of vibrating and being a tuning fork.
When I had L'Hermittes if anyone moved a chair or banged a door it went through me. I felt hollow rather than solid (If you know what I mean) It was awful so you have all my sympathy!

Good news is my L'Hermittes completely went away.....(I was on treatments though, blood thinners etc)
I hope yours goes away too x
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Re: Lhermitte's sign - Help!!

Postby civickiller » Mon Feb 06, 2012 11:04 am

sorry i didnt say but my Lhermittes would run down my my arms
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