Top talk topics:
Grasp the next rung of the career ladder
Find jobs that fit your skills & your home life with Mumsnet Jobs.
Save money on clothes, holidays, days out, pregnancy and baby gear, homeware, garden furniture and more with exclusive deals!
This is page 1 of 1 (This thread has 12 messages.)
i keep getting as in the last few weeks, terrible pins and needles in my face (my right cheek and both of my lips)usual it goes after an hour or two but today it has lasted since about 2.30 this afternoonany know what it is?? or if its serious?!! i know im such a drama queen
Ring your gp and make an appt.We are not dr's on here....
Call NHS Direct if you are worried. It could be a trapped nerve, it could be more serious.Best phone NHS Direct.
No idea but you're clearly worried so please, put your mind at rest and make an appointment with your doctor. There're few things worse than torturing yourself with worry so take care of yourself and call the doc in the morning.
get thee to the docs (is "out of hours" docs close by that you could ring them and call in?)
for me it's part of a migraine aura... i would suggest nhs24 if you're sure it's not migraine-related.
Why do you need a quick answer if it's been going on for weeks? Just make a dr's appt. That's all NHS could tell you to do, they can't diagnose over the phone any better than we can on here.
sounds like a migraine
It's part of the migraine aura for me too, but I usually get the headache to go with it within a day or so. It's worth getting it checked.
Stop diagnosing fgs....
thanks guys needed quick answer as its lasted lot longer than usual. shall make appoint in the morning tbh got a head ache but as migraine sufferer its nothing like that which im glad im a cry baby when i get a migraine!!thanks tho every one xxx
just to clarify i know your not doctors on here but its always nice to ask a friend advice if not sure about something! xxx
Join the discussion
Registering is free, easy, and means you can join in the discussion, watch threads, get discounts, win prizes and lots more.
Already registered? Log in with:
Please login first.