Nerve conduction velocity (NCV), also called electroneurography or nerve conduction study, is a test used to measure the speed of conduction of electrical impulse through a nerve. It is done to diagnose nerve damage and destruction. NCV can be used to diagnose conditions like herniated disk disease, sciatica, peripheral neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and Guillian-Barre syndrome.
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Query: Hi doctor, After taking Paroxetine 20 mg for GAD, I had three side effects. The two side effects are diffculty in sleeping and lack of appetite. The two were manageable. The third one was a mild spasm in my cheeks. Sometimes, I have tightness and sometimes it seems to be relaxed. These side effects... Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. As your spasms persist for a long time, I suggest you consult a psychiatrist for an alternative option. If you do not want to change Paroxetine, you can try taking calcium supplements for a few months as sometimes spasms can get improved after taking it. You can do NCV ... Read Full »