I have had migraine for many years, my first attack was diagnosed when I was pregnant and I experienced numbness on my right side. Investigations were normal. I then went on to have fairly classical migraines for several years and with hindsight I had probably been having these for some time before the diagnosis was made. In my mid 40s I started getting symptoms of vertigo and tinnitus and a frequent headache. Investigations were normal and a likely diagnosis of vestibular migraine was made. I started propranolol as prophylaxis which helped reduce attack frequency. Over the past 4-5 months I have been experiencing numbness/tingling/pins and needles in my arms or legs or both. No weakness but a sensation of slight clumsiness. No face or visual sx. Very infrequent headaches but definately migranous when they occur. I've had a normal MRI head and neck and have been told likely migraine but not offered any other advice. The symptoms are very distracting, occur on an almost daily basis and often keep me awake at night. Does anyone exlse experience this and does it sound like Silent Migraine? I presume not hemiplegic as no weakness as such.