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Numbness hands, feet, lips and the tip of the tongue these symptoms comes and go! can that be related to anxiety?
Treatment : These symptoms can be related to anxiety, but it is so important that you get a medical check up. If your symptoms are related to anxiety there is effective treatment that can bring you relief from your physical symptoms as well as relief from other aspects of your anxiety. Psychotherapeutic treatment can make it easier to think clearly about your life and what your anxiety is telling you. Best. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi I am experiencing some issues such as arms being heavy but weak, body jerks I hands and legs, numbness, hands shake when not jerking. ?
Exam: You will need a neurological exam. testing, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment. I suggest a neurological exam. ...Read more
Had 2 weeks of RS numbness hand, foot and mouth went away then right to vertigo for 3 weeks now and Pins needles head and RS face off and on. Ideas?
Please see neurologi: Numbness only on one side of the body followed by vertigo should be evaluated by a neurologist. When you see your neurologist, it is helpful to separate the general term numbness into the neurological terms of "less feeling than normal" (like when you get dental work done and you cannot feel it) and "more feeling than normal" (like the buzzing and pins feeling when you cross your legs too long). ...Read more
Numbness hands, feet, legs, arm off and on for months, sometimes skin is almost painful after shower, black whole in vision once, neg brain mri, ?
Seen Doctor lately?: Your symptoms would be best evaluated by a physician expert in neuropathies such as a neurologist. You will require testing for metabolic types of disorders especially since your brain MR is negative. I'm not sure what the Black Hole in your vision refers to unless you also had a headache you didn't mention. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My Friend is experiencing arm weakness, arm numbness, shaking hands or tremor, unable to bear weight, hand numbness, hand weakness, unable to grip...
Your friend: Your friend needs to go to doctor for exam and diagnosis ...Read more
I am experiencing foot tingling, leg tingling, hand tingling and arms tingling. The following also describe me: Nerve pain, Leg numbness, Hand numbness, Numbness or tingling, Finger tingling, and Arm numbness. What should I do?
Tingle & Num: It is important to get this checked by your doctor. If something neurological he/she can help you identify and treat it. You may be referred to a neurologist. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I am experiencing hand numbness, hand tingling, and numbness or tingling. I am not experiencing motor impairment, intention tremor, leaking urine, painful skin, heat sensitivity, lightheaded, or dizziness.
Tingling : Some times tingling in the finger is associated with nerve issues in the following regions: finger, hand, arm, neck brain; or an effect of systemic health problems affecting nerves. Most 18-year-old patients with hand numbness have carpel tunnel syndrome or issues with a nerve pinched at the elbow. If it is the thumb, index or middle most likely carpal syndrome tunnel. See a doctor ...Read more
Hand numbness: A common cause of hand numbness is carpal tunnel syndrome where wrist ligaments press on nerves going into the hands and certain fingers. Nerve impingement can also occur at the neck vertebrae. One sided numbness can be from cerebral cortex pathology, carotid artery blockages. Multiple sclerosis can cause numbness. Tingling and pins and needles are caused by deficiencies in calcium and .magnesium ...Read more
Carpal Tunnel: Carpal tunnel syndrome is probably the most common cause of "numbness in the hands". This occurs when the median nerve gets compressed in the wrist. Other causes include compression of the median, ulnar, or radial nerves in the wrist, elbow or arm. Compression of the nerves leaving the neck and peripheral neuropathy are also common cause of numbness. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tingling numbness : in the hands can be a variety of things for the most common thing is carpal Tunnel. Early treatment for this can be night time splintingas long as the splints are not too tight use of over-the-counter anti-inflammatories and avoidance of provocative positioning such as extremes of flexion and extension this is often a good start if it continues or becomes constantthen you should talk to primary ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Always had numbness in hands but here recently they have got worse. I, m always playing games on my cell. Could this b why. Mostly my right one.
Depends: It depends on how severe the numbness was before surgery and for how long you had your symptoms. If your surgery was to repair a cut nerve, it can sometimes take 12-18 months for sensation to return and it may not be 100%. If surgery was done because your nerve is under pressure (as in carpal tunnel syndrome), the numbness may resolve quickly if your symptoms were not too constant or chronic. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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