Sensory loss usually refers to loss of feeling or loss of the sense of touch. This is also called numbness or partial numbness. There may be loss of pain sensations and also loss of temperature sensation.
There are also other
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Simple Causes: Some of the less serious causes of sensory loss (e.g. partial numbness, tingling, etc.) include:
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- Migraine: Migraine refers to a chronic headache condition, which usually recurs over time. Migraines vary with people, ranging from a headache
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- Slipped Spinal Disc: A slipped disc in the spine is a common condition that has many other common names, such as: ruptured spinal
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- Multiple Sclerosis: Multiple Sclerosis (often called just MS) is a disease of the spinal cord and nerves. The cause is an attack
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- Nerve Disorders: Nerve disorders may affect movement or sensations. Nerves are part of the nervous system, including the spinal cord and central
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- Neuropathy: Neuropathy is a general term for a disorder of the nerves. Neuropathy may affect many different nerve systems: peripheral neuropathy
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