All my life, I have experienced a strong burning sensation in my head and face (esp. when active). I am finally seeing a neurologist, who gave me 300 mg of Gabapentin. Now, the burning sensation is in my face, head, and spine. Well, it starts off in the spine, then moves to my head and/or face. I had an MRI of the head and the spine. They were negative. My theory is that I have a virus in my CNS. I had fifths disease when I was 8, and also got bitten so badly by mosquitos that I almost had to go to the hospital. This has preventing me from being active, and I have been overweight because of this. I want to be active now. Can anyone offer a diagnosis?View Thread
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