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I have annoying tingling in my feet. My last thyroid TSH was 11. Would this cause it? It seems to be worse with hot water and hot weather though...

I have annoying tingling in my feet. My last thyroid TSH was 11. Would this cause it? It seems to be worse with hot water and hot weather though...

Numbness : Check with your physician, there could be multiple possibilities, from diabetes, vitamin deficiencies, autoimmune considerations, spinal cord demyelinating disorder vs multiple sclerosis or syringomyelia (rare spinal condition). Yes, thyroid could also contribute to the symptoms. Hope you feel well soon. ...Read more

Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Tingling (Definition)

Tingling is a pins and needle like sensation anywhere on the body. May also be termed paresthesia. Can experience when elbow is bumped (funny bone), or even from frostbite. On its own, unlikely significant but may be part of nerve pathology from ...Read more


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What to do if i was taking a shower and both of my feet started tingling really bad. My question is what cause tingling feet?

What to do if i was taking a shower and both of my feet started tingling really bad. My question is what cause tingling feet?

Many causes:: Could be a temporary nerve impingement producing tingling upon pressure release, change in position, removal of tight shoes, etc. However, a neuropathy resulting from things like diabetes could also be causing this. If symptoms persist, see your physician. ...Read more

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Feeling numb & tingling feet and also I am always feeling urge to drink a lot water cause am sooo thirst. And am always hunger all the time.

Maybe two things: Thirst and hunger may be early diabetes especially if you are urinating a lot too. Tingling could come from low potassium or calcium (from lots of urination). Maybe you have pinched nerves causing tingling. ...Read more

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Is bulging disc of L5 -s1 the cause of tingling feet ? Does stress cause tingling feet?Please answer clearly?

Is bulging disc of L5 -s1 the cause of tingling feet ? Does stress cause tingling feet?Please answer clearly?

A bulging L5/S1 disc: Can cause pressure on the nerve root resulting in symptoms such as tingling all or part of the way down the leg to the foot. Stress is much less likely to be the cause. ...Read more

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I have tingling feet my MRI shows L5 -s1 bulging disc with mid atrophy of some muscles around l5-4-3 . My doctor tingling feet. Are because of and this disc hasn't. Caused it. He gave me nortriptilin is my doctor right? I still have tingling feet and som

Maybe: However, bulging discs are usually normal findings . A further workup may be needed to rule out other sources such as a neuropathy ( which may have various causes like diabetes) or a higher level problem with your spine. You should see a neurologist for a detailed workup. ...Read more

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Why would i wake up with swollen, tingling feet?

Why would i wake up with swollen, tingling feet?

Possible arthritis: If you have pain and tenderness in feet then arthritis is possible. See a rheumatologist or a neurologist. ...Read more

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Why do I have tingling feet when lying down?

Why do I have tingling feet when lying down?

Form of neuropathy: This symptom is very common with neuropathy. There are many causes of neuropathy. Some are conditions affecting back, b-12 defficiency or diabetes. If this continues, consult with your physician. ...Read more

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Shock-like pain down right leg, on the side, followed by tingling feet. Trapped/pinched nerve? Something else? Any at home remedies?

Shock-like pain down right leg, on the side, followed by tingling feet. Trapped/pinched nerve? Something else? Any at home remedies?

Possible nerve: Irritation. Consider stretching and strengthening exercises if it does not aggravate the pain or cause increase in radiating pain. Take a look at: http://www.Spine-health.Com/conditions for some stretching recommendations. Nsaids, if appropriate for your health, can be of benefit. It sounds like to do have some nerve irritation from a possible pinched nerve, but will need a physical exam. ...Read more

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Dr. Krishna Kumar
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Thyroid (Definition)

The thyroid is an endocrine gland that sits in the lower part of the neck. It produces thyroid hormone - which ...Read more