Old 09-23-2006, 03:05 PM #1
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Default burning sensation during sleep

My husband is experiencing a burning tingling sensation in his lower back and all over his legs, today. Could it be that bedsores are on their way? Not the fasiculations he experienced earlier when diagnosed, he was diagnosed middle of last year. He doesn't sleep on his back. He has been taking Effexor the past week, don't know if this could cause that, will call the neurologist soon to see what he thinks.

Has anyone experienced this?
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