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Burning Tingling Gums
See a dentist: There are many causes for this. Please have her see a dentist who can diagnose the problem and suggest solutions. We would need a complete medical and dental history, along with a complete and thorough clinical examination and x-rays in order to try to establish the cause of her pain. ...Read more
EEG testing ?: first excluded focal seizures !Get a more detailed answer ›
Clarify please: There are so many variables that could be related to this: what meds are you on, what is your daily activity, what other medical problems do you have, how long has it gone on, what precipitates the pain, how severe is it, does it radiate, etc. Tingling and burning can be a nerve problem, like from diabetes. But if just in the calves, perhaps it is due to a muscle strain or bad shoes. ...Read more
Sinusitis: This is not a typical sinus symptom which usually consists of pain with associated nasal congestion and drainage of mucus. Neuralgia, which is an irritation/inflammation of a superficial nerve in the forehead, is more likely. It's not serious and usually resolves in a few days. See your MD if symptoms persist or worsen. ...Read more
Past dental work?: If you had past dental surgery such as removal of your wisdom teeth, sometimes nerves arteries or veins can be damaged. If blood supply to the area is compromised the gum tissue can die (turn gray) and tingling can be temporary or permanent. I would seek out an oral surgery consult to determine the cause ...Read moreSee 11 more doctor answers
Focal symptoms: Could be a migraine aura, possible transient cerebral ischemia, a focal sensory seizure, and if left arm only, maybe cardiac issue. Sometimes following certain strokes, a focal pain issue with ensue. A focal process in neck could result in unilateral issues in arm and leg. Best to get such problems examined and diagnosed. ...Read more
Anxiety?: Sure, if medical causes or effects of medications are ruled out. ...Read more
Calm down: See pcp for some medication to relax you. ...Read more
I have experienced a burning/tingling sensation on my face, lasting 30-60 mins, 5 times over the past month. What could it be?
Quit dipping for a week now and dipped since I was 12 till now and I'm 16 (on and off). I have been feeling a tingling sensation on my gums?
I'm having strange headaches that are just on the back of my head - with burning tingling sensations on my head and face. What could it be?
Why do my thighs get extremely hot? Not a burning or tingling sensation but a radiating heat that is more noticeable when in bed or sitting.
Thighs warm: Do you have your laptop on your lap? Computers generate heat. May also be nerves if being compressed either from disc disease or if overweight when you flex your hips to sit. May also be abdominal pressure from cystic ovaries, or even gastritis. Rarely may be MS. f/u with doctor /urgent care. ...Read more
I've been having these weird feelings, as if my organs where moving,and it's burning,tearing, ans tingling, especially on my right side. Help?
Unsure: Symptoms are too vague to give much of an educated guess online. You could really use a good abdominal and possibly pelvic examination. Symptoms could be anything from prelude to PMS to a GI disturbance of some sort. How's your period? Have you missed one recently? I believe you should have someone exam your abdomen for you. ...Read more
Pain in right scapula that has worsened over the past two years. recently it's been coupled with a tingling/burning sensation. No known injury. ?
Muscle spasm: 30y female has pain unilateral scapula region; likely represents soft tissue spasm. Look in minor & at photos. Is head chronically tilted toward left side. Head weighs 10 pounds. Pinch leading edge of Superior trapezius muscle at top of shoulder. Is the right thick and painful compared to a soft thin left? Crossed muscles in shoulder? Scoliosis? Left sacroiliac joint sags? See Osteopath. ...Read more
I've been having a burning sensation from what feels like the inside of my head. I've also been having tingling sensations that are dull. Thoughts?
Need an examination : A symptom of "burning sensations inside my head " and tingling sensations is less likely to be due to a serious disease and more likely due to stress or anxiety. BUT it's not possible to diagnose these symptoms without knowing your medical history and without the ability to ask you specific questions and examining you. Please see a Dr. to be sure nothing serious is present, better safe than sorry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
In disorders of the spine, is there a significant difference in the nature of radiating pain? What causes manifestation as burning, tingling, etc.?
Usually nerves: The symptoms your describing usually relate to nerves- & it can manifest in many different ways. ...Read more