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Both Arms Tingling
I suffer anxiety and started having tingling in both arms, tingling in upper left chest and some back discomfort? When taking my medicine it subsides
Anxiety shows itself: In may ways. Once can mentally obsess over things that frighten the person or do behaviors to keep danger away, e.g., ritual behaviors, checking and re-checking. Physically there can be heart palpitations, shortness of breath, sweating, sleeplessness, etc. Please go to a mental health professional for support if you think you have an anxiety disorder. ...Read more
Both arms hands tingling/aching some weakness. Comes and goes weeks at a time. Upper back pain sometimes. Scared?
2 main possible cau-: ses:- 1: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, on both sides, or Ulnar nerve getting pinched at elbows; 2: Referred pain from your Neck/spine where the possible disk lesion might be causing this. Other causes could be at play. U need to see an Orthopod for proper Diagnosis and treatment. Meanwhile use a Wrist brace and wear them most of the time, to see whether your numbness/tingling improves. Good Luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tingling in both upper arms, tingling in upper left chest and some lower back pain, I have bad anxiety and didn't know if this could be the cause. ?
Pain, numbness/tingling both arms. Rt worse. Can lift straight up w pain. But if lift up/out sideways pain severe. Pericarditis. Reason for arm pain?
Shoulder impingement: It's likely either your shoulder or neck, or both. See a pm;r doctor for a physical exam and diagnosis. ...Read more
Usually just have joint pain.Sle. Recently both arms/hands go numb/tingling. Muscle pain all over body. Severe in arms. Possible causes?
See your physcian: As this could be related to your sle and it could be progressing to affect peripheral nerves as it sometimes does. This could also lead to raynauds and there will be specific treatments to this as well. Discuss with you physician what acute med options are right for you and to prevent issues with raynauds. ...Read more
After an intense cardio workout i started to feel tingling on both arms like it was vibrating inside my arms. It faded away after 30min or so. Why?
My husband has had a heavy, weak, dead feeling in both arms, twice in the last few days. No tingling, lasts just a minute but must sit down till over.
Go to ER: These symptoms are concerning for any number of serious conditions, including spinal cord injury, transient ischemic attack (TIA) or stroke. He should go to the ER immediately to be evaluated. http://strokeassociation.org/STROKEORG/WarningSigns/Stroke-Warning-Signs-and-Symptoms_UCM_308528_SubHomePage.jsp , http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/transientischemicattack.html ...Read more
No: The only organ in the body that really sleeps is the brain. "My arm is asleep" is just an expression referring to the pins-and-needles sensation that one sometimes has, usually as a result of the limb being in an awkward position. If the tingling is frequent or constant, it could be a sign of problems with the nerves in your legs or arms. If this is the case, you should see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have tingling going down both arms and back. Sometimes in the legs. It's worse with activity or at end of day. What could cause this?
Tingling: Tingling usually is the result of nerve compression and is dependent on position or what you do. It can improve on its own, by avoiding the compression. If in both arms and legs, the problem could be in the spine, maybe from a prior injury. Also consider B12 deficiency, diabetes or thyroid disease. Other nerve damage could be the cause as well. If persistent, seek your doctor for work up. ...Read more
Two hours ago, I experienced a heaviness and tingling in both arms along with immediate fatigue. These symptoms are re-occuring and random. f/54?
Could be your heart: Go to the ER. Its possible that you have a blockage in the arteries around your heart which can lead to a heart attack. There may be less dangerous causes for your symptoms like pinched nerves or anxiety, but it's important to rule out life threatening causes right away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a neurologist: Assuming your primary care md has not figured out the cause(s). ...Read more