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Anxiety Tactile Sensitivity Sweating
Tactile sensitivity since birth, increasing with age; strong startle response to tactile stimuli; gradual loss of bladder control. Are these related?
Cannot diagnose: You need to be seen by a neurologist and be evaluated in detail. This is grossly abnormal and must be addressed by an expert with full access to prior medical records, history, physical exam and probably some testing. Please go soon because neurological damages respond best when addressed early. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
What causes tingling in the middle back and sensitivity to touch? It's not painful but noticeable and uncomfortable.
Nerve: An irritable, pinched or mildly inflamed nerve or muscle in the spinal area may do this. A bulging disc usually causes more of a significant ache without associated tenderness to touch. A neurologist is best qualified to evaluate this symptom if the tingling is the major symptom. ...Read more
This may sound weird but it seems my clitoris has shrunk or it's lost it's sensitivity to touch! why? I'm 50 and masterbating is so hard now?
Have a small area on front of leg with sensitivity to touch-feels pins and needles-y when touched. Now also having a vibrating feeling in same leg. ?
Leg tingling: Anatomically the leg refers to the area below your knee to your ankle. If you are having tingling and vibration in the anterior or anterolateral leg it can represent nerve pain from the back, sciatic nerve, or peripherally at the peroneal nerve. If also having back or buttock pain would look up high for cause. If none of that i would worry about changes at or around the lateral knee. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Body and skin sore to touch/achy after a month of high stress and anxiety. Can a relief of anxiety cause body tenderness?
The opposite is true: If I'm understanding your question correctly you want to know if RELIEF from anxiety can result in body soreness/tenderness. Actually, it would be more likely to be the opposite. Anxiety of a constant or prolonged nature heightens sensitivity of the NOCICEPTIVE receptors in the skin and muscles (pain receptors) and tend to increase painful sensations. Relaxation should reduce pain sensitivity. ...Read more
Normal for sensitivity to touch to get worse as time goes on? When diagnosed w fibro i was sensitive on my torso/back. Now my legs and feet hurt too.
Left arm parasthesia/sensitivity to touch and clothing for 6 days. Past 2 days it has spread to right arm as well. Not present on waking, but comes on within minutes and lasts all day. Multiple nerves in arms seem affected. Cause?
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