mmpetunia wrote:i was getting 50 mg of B6 when i accidentally doubled up. that was at least 6 weeks ago though so i doubt it could have been the culprit last week. but one b complex has 1250% of vitamin B6 in it, so maybe thats just too much for me? i am still having problems with parathesias, it feels like i have a gob of icy hot on my left hand and arm and i haven't taken anything since thursday... wondering if i should let my study coordinator know.
can you clarify, do you mean you accidentally doubled up for a few days 6 weeks ago? or you have been taking b50 complex for 6 weeks and accidentally took at least two per day for a few days more recently?
Totally unrelated to MS, I once awoke in the middle of the night and immediately knew I had been sleeping on my arm such that my hand was totally numb. It was totally numb, no pins or needles or anything, so i was a little worried, so while on my back, I raised it in front of my face to see if it was blue. When I did this I felt a lump of dead flesh fall on my face! For a split second I thought my hand had fallen off my wrist!! I did not feel my own face with my hand, I did not feel that my hand had dropped (ie proprioception) It was for all intensive purposes disconnected from my body! It scared the absolute be-jezus out of me. At this point I would like to remind everyone it was for a split second, and in the middle of the night, and I was only half awake. That's my excuse...NHE wrote:For example, one time I fell asleep on my arm in a peculiar position and my arm went completely numb. When I woke up I tried to move my arm and immediately knew that it didn't happen.
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