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Causes Of Tingling In Arm Or Leg
Yes: A disc bulge in the neck can catch the spinal cord and nerves. Lower back disc bulges do not cause arm symptoms. ...Read more
TIngling: Rule out the worst first...Make sure you do not have diabetes. If you are sure you do not, keep a diary of symptoms, what makes it better or worse, are there times of the day or night it is especially bad (or good). Then bring this information to your primary care doctor to help. ...Read more
Paresthesia: Chronic paresthesia may result from poor circulation, nerve irritation, neuropathy, or many other conditions and causes. There is no known long-term physical effect from paresthesia (although its underlying conditions may have various effects). See your local doctor for help with this condition. ...Read more
Most likely: Although tingling could be secondary to a medication reaction (topirimate), or periodically due to hyperventilation, be cognizant of the fact that persistent symptoms most likely are heralding the development of a peripheral nerve syndrome, which needs attention. Recommend having your doctor evaluate all of this. Less likely might be spinal pathology in neck or ms. ...Read more
Can bad anxiety cause all kinds of pain such as 1 sided arm and leg pain stiffness & tingling etc! had lots tests all ok.Told its anxiety..
Anxiety: If you have undergone an extensive workup and all tests are negative it is possible you area suffering from anxeity symptoms but I am still concerned about the pain on one side of your body. Makes sense to double check with your doctor or get a second opinion. Try using the free anti anxiety app featured on the soundmindz.Org website, full of important information. Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recurrent tingling episodes on one side of body inc. face, arm, side scalp and leg 4 months! WHAT IS IT? Could a stroke over months cause this? Help
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
My legs get tingly after about a few min of crossing and so do my arms can't this be MS. Or does MS cause tingling even when ur still?
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