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Causes Of Tingling In Pelvic
I get this tingling sensation in my pelvic area that sometimes moves to my bottom. What could be the cause?
Pain for past year after lumbar puncture, also tingling in pelvic area. Dr ordered more mri's, could procedure have caused perm damage to back?
Not that likely: It is unusual, but not impossible, for a lumbar puncture to cause pain one year later. The question really is what is causing the symptoms? Sometimes it is hard to find out or be sure. MRI is good at finding trouble with anatomy, but sometimes anatomy is not the cause of the problem. Good luck! ...Read more
When to wait: There is very little to comment on. This does not sound like pain or disease in an of itself. This type of question often elicits from the doctor a wait and see attitude. Either the sensation will cease or it will change and give us more clues as to what it could be. ...Read more
Need exam: It is impossible to tell what is going on to cause these symptoms without an exam. See your doctor soon for and exam. ...Read more
Cold tingling feeling in pelvic for past 2 days, cycle not due til around the 1st, what could be the reason?
Dipstick test clear, but a tingling starts at end of urination and continues constantly for 30mins+. Pelvic shows no sign of inflamation.
I am a tingling, crackling in pelvic area, bloating when eating and after going to bathroom its slightly decreased, blader leakage?
I lost I guess muscles around my pelvic area well my waist side and my veins are showing! I have a tingling feeling...is this unhealthy?
Sounds ok: When you lose weight, it is common to start to notice your veins in your abdomen, especially if your skin is pale. It's hard to say more about a tingling feeling without more information but it doesn't sound alarming on its own. Most serious illnesses will create obvious symptoms or worsening symptoms over time. That said, if you are worried, it is always helpful to have a professional exam. ...Read more
Round red/pink rashes around buttock area and tingling sensation down pelvic and thigh area. No other syntomptoms.
Rash and tingling: Sounds like a possible case of shingles. See your Doctor ASAP - Earlier detection and treatment will reduce the chances of long term pain issues in that area. ...Read more
I'm having severe pain and tingling on the right side of my pelvis where I have a very larger ovarian cyst. Should I seek medical attention?
Always your call, no: Way to offer wise answer from a distance. At the same time beware of assuming than some anatomic observation noted at some previous time has any reliable relationship to what is currently happening, an extremely common mistake because people want/hope-for simple. The ovary is a cystic organ. Follicular cysts are what support development of eggs, ovulation, opportunity for fertilization, pregnancy. ...Read more
Having trouble breathing I'm weak and my left side hurts radiating to my. Pelvic area and tingling and buring in my finger tips please help?
Panic Attack: You are having a panic attack. This is not your heart. This is a very common problem for young females your age. If this persists you may want to go see your family doctor to figure out better ways to manage your stress then to let you get to this place where you are actually having such an attack. ...Read more
Cold, numbing, tingling sensation in my left leg, thigh, and pelvic area and on the bottom of my testicles. Also have tingling on the top of the head.
See doctor: The symptoms don't suggest anything specific. I would get in to see her doctor. ...Read more
Tingling in pelvis, thigh, and ankle on right side when sitting only, heat seems to help, same thing happend 6 mnths ago, tests for clot neg. Sprain?
What can a pelvic MRI see that a lumbar MRI cannot? Bad lumbar pain and tingling/numbness and doc ordered both
Sharp pain from elbow to fingertips had some numb tingling In back and hip and lower back pain radiates Into pelvic all on right side.
Pinched Nerve (s): Likely a cervical (or neck) pinched nerve. You can't tell exactly where from the brief description. If these are from something mild you can move call and you have full strength & feeling the affected parts of the body you can try remedies for any inflammation. Ice, NSAIDS (i.e. ibuprofen) & rest. If it does not rapidly get better, worsens, there is weakness or it is severe seek med attention ...Read more
I fractured my pelvis when I was 16 which left numbness, tngling, and hypersensitivity resulting in pain from light touch. What is causing this?
Nerve injury: The symptoms you describe are called allodynia which means that normally non painful stimuli become painful. It is always from nerve disease or injury. Since the onset of symptoms is soon after fracture you have injured a nerve which is not likely to heal. Medications can control your symptoms. ...Read more
Cancer/tumour is a disease of the cells in the body. There are many different types of cell in the body, and many different types of cancer which arise from different types of cell.
The pelvic tumour can be a primary-- arising from pelvic structures like ovaries, uterus etc. Secondary- from other sites like abdominal structures, lungs etc.
Depending on the site of origin, causes are different. ...Read more
Nerves exit your spine from the head to the buttock and these nerves correspond to the sensation to different parts of your body.
The mechanical pressure on the nerve causes the sensation to feel different. That includes numbness or tingling.
Also, there can be chemical irritation to the nerves by inflammation.
In cases of peripheral neuropathy, it can ALS becaused by diabetes, etc. ...Read more
Nocturnal tingles: More often than not it is innocuous unless it is chronic and if it substantially disrupts sleep. Pressure on nerves like on the ulnar crease or funny bone can cause tingling along the length of the arm from the elbow down. Carpal tunnel syndrome more often affects the palms. Nerve compression in the neck area can prompt shoulder, neck and arm tingling. May be "sleeping wrong" on arm or kinked neck. ...Read more