Tingling scars?

Discussion in 'Self Harm & Substance Abuse' started by Ire, Mar 29, 2008.

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  1. Ire

    Ire Guest

    Ok... anymore whenever I shiver the scars on my arms tingle. Mostly the deeper ones, especially where I burned myself with the zippo.

    Anyone else get this?
     
  2. jane doe

    jane doe Well-Known Member

    i`m sorry if i don`t get exacly what you mean, i`m not a fully english speaker, but if you mean tingling by "like heartbeating" on your wound i know what you mean, it happens because your body starts healing itself^^
     
  3. Ire

    Ire Guest

    No, more like pins and needles when your hand or such falls asleep? Only it's very brief.

    I don't think I cut deep enough to do nerve damage.
     
  4. taranama

    taranama Well-Known Member

    sorry...but sound like nerve damage to me.. remember that there's nerves at the very tips of your skin and its all attached..so its very easy to damage nerves. :blink:
     
  5. famous.last.words

    famous.last.words Forum Buddy

    i think i know the feeling you mean, and i do get that in several of my worst scars. its weird, but as has already been said i think its just nerve damage
     
  6. Ignored

    Ignored Staff Alumni

    Yeah, I get that all the time. :dry:
     
  7. netsirk

    netsirk Active Member

    I get that feeling also. I think it is nerve damage and it is only in my worst scars as well. I feel it whenever I am really cold and sometimes if my arm falls asleep the scar areas hurt the most. They also turn like a purple color when I am cold. Anyone have that problem?
     
  8. Broken Wings

    Broken Wings Well-Known Member

    I've gotten that before, when the cold rushes by on the wind, your skin contracts a little, stretching the scars. At least, that's what I believe.

    There's also that constant 'itch' I seem to have, that only goes away when I cut, and comes back soon after, that could be what you're talking about also?
     
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