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Hi, my name is Alinabulina08!

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  • Tori_ScopeTori_Scope Posts: 4,010

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    Hi @Alinabulina08! Welcome to the community :)

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  • steve51steve51 Member Posts: 7,175 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @Alinabulina08

    Good Afternoon & Welcome it’s great to meet you today.

    I am one of the Community Champion’s here at Scope.

    Please please let us know a bit more about yourself if you don’t mind??????

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  • roberttaylor570roberttaylor570 Member Posts: 568 Pioneering
    Hello @Alinabulina08 Welcome to our community.  We are a nice bunch and there is a hist of information on almost anything you can imagine.  Enjoy being part of it.
  • Alinabulina08Alinabulina08 Member Posts: 3 Connected
    Hi, Tori_Scope, hi everyone  ! My name is Alina, I am 38th years old and have just joined to receive support when necessary and if I can help anyone along the way ,,
    I have Brachial Neuritis ( Parsonage Turner syndrome ) since 13th November 2019,  I am completely off from work since November last year due to my health condition (right arm paralysed) and I am receiving DLA .
  • Tori_ScopeTori_Scope Posts: 4,010

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    Thanks for sharing @Alinabulina08 :) 

    I don't know anything about Brachial Neuritis, but I'd be interested to learn more about it!

    You've come to the right place to find support, and to be able to offer your support too. 

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  • Alinabulina08Alinabulina08 Member Posts: 3 Connected
    @Tori_Scope
     Brachial neuritis is a form of peripheral neuropathy that affects the chest, shoulder, arm and hand. Peripheral neuropathy is a disease characterised by pain or loss of function in the nerves that carry signals to and from the brain and spinal cord (the central nervous system) to other parts of the body. It is a fairly rare condition.

    Brachial neuritis is also referred to as brachial neuropathy or a brachial plexus injury. When acute brachial neuritis occurs, the damage to the brachial nerves comes on suddenly and unexpectedly, without being related to any other injury or physical condition. This is also called Parsonage-Turner syndrome or neuralgic amyotrophy.

    Brachial neuritis affects mainly the lower nerves of the brachial plexus, in the arm and hand. The brachial plexus is a bundle of nerves that travels from the spinal cord to the chest, shoulder, arms, and hands. It usually affects just one side of the body, but it can involve other nerves and other parts of the body, as well. Here is a brief overview of the different types of brachial plexus injuries Acute brachial neuritis. This type of brachial neuritis occurs unexpectedly on its own. It is characterised by sharp, severe pain in the nerves of the brachial plexus, followed by weakness or numbness. The cause of acute brachial neuritis is unknown.           
      Brachial plexus injury. Some people have pain and loss of function to the brachial plexus as the result of another type of injury. For example, babies can injure the brachial plexus when they pass through the birth canal during labor.

    Thank you for your warm welcome guys !  :)  
  • Tori_ScopeTori_Scope Posts: 4,010

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    Thank you @Alinabulina08! That's really informative. 
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  • Ross_ScopeRoss_Scope Posts: 3,136

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    Welcome to the community @Alinabulina08, glad you've joined us :) 
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  • chiariedschiarieds Member Posts: 7,940 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @Alinabulina08 - & welcome from me too. You certainly are well informed about brachial neuritis. In the newborn such damage is also known as Erb's palsy, something I know about having worked as a physio a long time ago.
    You will find this group both friendly & supportive, & your input will be most welcome. So, thank you for joining us all, & I hope you enjoy being part of this community. :)
  • Ami2301Ami2301 Member Posts: 7,440 Disability Gamechanger
    Welcome to the community @Alinabulina08 :)
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  • Chloe_ScopeChloe_Scope Scope Posts: 10,652 Disability Gamechanger
    Welcome to the community @Alinabulina08 and thank you for sharing that with us. :)

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  • Ash1972Ash1972 Member Posts: 3 Listener
    Its really nice to see information on parsonage turner syndrome. I had the diagnosis 2years ago. A part from the acute pain in the early stages I was left with some weakness to right side, and some muscle loss to my tricep and pecs, lucky I guess, as this could have been much worse.
    Just managing it theses days. 
  • Caz_ScopeCaz_Scope Posts: 549

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    Hi again @Ash1972

    Just seen your response on this thread in relation to Alinabulina08's post. No doubt you will probably have spotted this yourself - but because this is an older thread going back to September 2020, you might not get such a swift or active response to your post here. 

    You never know though, somebody on the community might catch sight of it - fingers crossed :smile:
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