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Re: Nardil and arm numbness? Dla

Posted by bleauberry on May 10, 2018, at 5:53:57

In reply to Nardil and arm numbness?, posted by Dla on May 8, 2018, at 23:05:09

Well, my experience here is a little different than most. My eyes see things other eyes don't see.

That said, whenever I see anything related to unexplained onset of numbness, paralysis, phantom this or phantom that, neuropathy, etc, mystery stuff, this immediately sends up a yellow flag that says lyme-like unknown stealth infection. In my book, that is the only thing that can come on rapidly without any explanation and result in those kinds of neurological symptoms.

My gut instinct would be to blame these new symptoms on some environmental insult, not on Nardil. Unless serotonin syndrome is happening, in which weird stuff results.

Unhealthy eating habits can wreak havoc as well - blood clots, strokes, blood sugar, blood pressure - with the possibility of creating your symptoms.

I am bug-phobic when it comes to any discussion of neurological or neuropsychiatric symptoms. So forgive me for an odd view of what is happening.

> Long time Nardil user, diagnosed with tennis elbow in one arm. This has spread to numbness and aching in both arms (some type of ulnar nerve issue?).
>
> I got tested for Nardil b6 deficiency thinking this could be peripheral neuropathy - but levels were normal.
>
> Any ideas on whether all of this could be related to Nardil in some way?
>
> Thanks.
>


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