A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Types of Allodynia

Mechanical Allodynia (Also Known as Tactile Allodynia)
Mechanical Allodynia (Also Known as Tactile Allodynia)

However there is more than one of these conditions: There are different kinds or types of allodynia: Mechanical allodynia (also known as tactile allodynia) Static mechanical allodynia – pain in response to light touch/pressure Dynamic mechanical allodynia – pain in response to brushing[1] Thermal (hot or cold) allodynia – pain from normally mild skin temperatures in the affected area It can come and go but should not be a life long constant condition.

source: medhelp.org
Movement Allodynia
Movement Allodynia

Allodynia is an unusual symptom that can result from several nerve-related conditions. When you’re experiencing it, you feel pain from stimuli that don’t normally cause pain. For example, lightly touching your skin or brushing your hair might feel painful.

Thermal (hot or Cold) Allodynia
Thermal (hot or Cold) Allodynia

Thermal (temperature-related) allodynia, which is caused by heat or cold that is not extreme enough to cause damage to your tissues. Your hands and feet may burn if they get chilled, or getting too hot may make them ache.

Related Facts