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prickle

Botany a pointed process arising from the outer layer of a stem, leaf, etc., and containing no woody or conducting tissue
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The NTSS-6 questionnaire measures the frequency and intensity of six positive sensory symptoms -- numbness, prickling, aching pain, burning pain, lancinating pain and allodynia.
The study also showed that within three days, the formula either completely eliminated or dramatically reduced cold sore symptoms, including tingling, burning, itching, tenderness, prickling, soreness and blistering.
Unpleasant creeping, prickling or burning sensation in one or both calves that can sometimes be felt in the feet, thighs, trunk of the body and arms.
In addition, the investigators validated a new method - called the Neuropathy Total Symptom Score-6 (NTSS-6)(2) - a questionnaire that evaluates the frequency and intensity of six positive sensory symptoms associated with diabetic peripheral neuropathy, including numbness, prickling sensation, aching pain, burning pain, lancinating pain and allodynia (pain resulting from a non-noxious stimulus to normal skin) - individually and as a total score.
Motorcycle Emptiness and Design For Life aside, it has been always been about intellectual rigour before hair prickling.
Sensory symptoms include numbness, prickling, aching pain, burning pain, lancinating pain or allodynia (pain resulting from a non-noxious stimulus to normal skin).
It has slightly eased but I'm still experiencing sore gums and prickling sensations in my mouth as though it was filled with stinging nettles.
RESTLESS legs is a condition with unpleasant tickling, burning, prickling or aching sensations in the leg muscles.
There were no side effects associated with the treatment; the patient just received oral sedation and reported only a prickling feeling during the shots," added Dr.