unfortunately it may pass a few weeks to a few years worst case you have it for the rest of your life.I had stroke ,ended up with wallenbeg syndrome and another that escapes me at this time,i have taken just about every pain med taken and the best it has done is ease it it p some but its still there,my right side from head to toe is numb and hands hurt like hell and i can not distinguish between hot and cold on my right side taking a shower is like getting hit with pellets and i can go on and on but after 3 years i have learned to deal with it,sometimes ,so my friend hang in there and look at the bright side the alternative could have been a lot worseView Thread
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