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I have been experiencing numbness and my hands become claw like and I can't open them up without difficult. Has anyone else experienced something like this.

 

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ThePrinceofPoon

I used to get that numbness feeling in my left hand sometimes and then sometimes I would breakout on the back of my hand. I still feel numbness but I also had a herniated cervical disc at c4-c5 on my left side so the Dr. said that was causing the numbness in my hand. Have you injured your neck? Does your neck hurt? Could be that.

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Not hurt my neck no. Fingers are numb constantly in both hands but right is more. Hurt as well. My toes feel slightly numb too. I'm pretty sure it's to do with hsv. There's a lot of things I experience that others don't. Not sure what's going on. Thanks for reply.

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WilsoInAus

I think you can be very confident this has nothing at all to do with HSV. Please consult a doctor as soon as possible.

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Cas9
9 minutes ago, useless said:

Not hurt my neck no. Fingers are numb constantly in both hands but right is more. Hurt as well. My toes feel slightly numb too. I'm pretty sure it's to do with hsv. There's a lot of things I experience that others don't. Not sure what's going on. Thanks for reply.

You're pretty sure is has to do with hsv??? Based on what?

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useless

My hands burns in patches, I'm having tingling,pain and same symptoms in my face around my cheek bones and forehead.

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Atrapasueños

Por lo que he leído el hsv genera picazón ardor dolor de nervios y dolores de cabeza, lo que genera o puede generar son lesiones dependiendo de donde penetró el virus la encefalitis pandadizo ohsv, ghsv, hsv ocular y en algunos casos de personas inmunocomprometidos la muerte 

Tal vez lo que le suceda es por otro motivo, mejor ir al médico

 

From what I have read the hsv generates itching burning pain of nerves and headaches, what it generates or can generate are injuries depending on where the virus encephalitis pandemic ohsv, ghsv, hsv ocular and in some cases of immunocompromised people death

Maybe what happens to you is for another reason, better go to the doctor

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Cas9
Just now, useless said:

What are you saying  icould die ? 

There's nothing to suggest you have any more of a chance of dying from your symptoms than I do of mine. But why are you discussing this on this forum?
GO SEE A DOCTOR for god's sake.

P.S. Not every problem you have is automatically HSV

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useless

As far as Dr's are concerned i should not be having any symptoms other than breakouts and i know that is rubbish. They do blood test and say there's nothing wrong with you your tests show nothing. I just wanted to know if anyone had experienced these symptoms as well.

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WilsoInAus

People might experience such symptoms, but it has nothing at all whatsoever to do with herpes!

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useless

I'm having a lotof pproblems right now. Don't mean to go on. But this has really made me feel down. I'm ffinding that hard to do simple chores. I ddon't know why cas9 is so aggressive in the response. Just asking a question on a forum wherelots of people  ask qquestions.

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Cas9
2 minutes ago, useless said:

I'm having a lotof pproblems right now. Don't mean to go on. But this has really made me feel down. I'm ffinding that hard to do simple chores. I ddon't know why cas9 is so aggressive in the response. Just asking a question on a forum wherelots of people  ask qquestions.

Sorry if I seem over aggressive but you need to use a little common sense here. Just because you have some ailment doesn't always mean it's HSV.
I see that a lot on this forum. Whatever your issue is, you need to have it medically determined.

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Cas9

@useless BTW, how old are you? And stop thinking you're useless or I'll have to fly over to England and kick your ass :)

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Thankyou. Last iwent to the dr and said Iihad pproblems with my eye and couldhe swab ytobe ttested for ocular hsv. He said he ccouldn't because the eyes are sensitive. There was nothing he could do. When Iispoke to someoneta the std clinic she told me her daughter had hherpesin the eye and her gp sswabbed her eye for the test. I've been back and forth just tired of it all now. I was doing well till last year and now Iikeep having one thing after another. 

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useless

Sorry just feeling sorry for myself i gguess. Not attractive at all and I'm 51 

I mean not an attractive trait.

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Cas9
19 minutes ago, useless said:

Sorry just feeling sorry for myself i gguess. Not attractive at all and I'm 51 

I mean not an attractive trait.

No need to apologize. I just don't want you to jump to conclusions about your medical issues. After all, your numbness could be something more significant then hsv and it's important that you get it diagnosed. For example, what if it's diabetes, or perhaps a circualtion issue. I'm not saying it is, just saying that it could be something more significant than hsv. If your doctor is not helping you, find another doctor.

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Thankyou cas9. I have been checked for diabetesso I know it's not that. I just feel the Dr's don'tknow enough about hsv. But ewill go to Dr's to check out for circulation problems. Thanks for your help.

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