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Dizziness And Tingling In Hands
Occurs in either the vascular supply or the nerve supply to the hand is impaired. Tingling typically means altered light touch sensation and it's often confused with the concept of numbness which means absence of sensation. Tinglingcan be fine or coarse depending upon ...Read more
So many conditions..: Vitamin deficiencies, diabetes, alcoholism, neuropathy, nerve compression/injury, radiculopathies, electrolyte imbalances, peripheral arterial disease. See you primary care physician, he/she can refer you to a specialist if she thinks there is a specific cause. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Stressed out: Does it feel like your shoulders are pulled up almost to your ears? I have found that some people get stress build up in their shoulders, neck and upper back. This also goes hand in hand with clenching your teeth. A stress reduction protocol and massage may help the initial pain. The tight muscles may be squeezing the nerve to cause tingling. Use moist heat to relax the soft tissue then stretch. ...Read more
Maybe: Brachioradiculitis is a complication of lyme. It usually involves just one arm but occasionally can involve both. Get a blood test done. ...Read more
Can Zoloft (sertraline) cause aching joints in the hands, feet & knees along with a tingling or numb sensation in the hands and feet?
What can cause wrist stiffness and stifness in hand, along with numbing and tingling sensations in arm?
Nauseous, numbness and tingling in hands, legs, and feet. Pain in my right arm, limited movement with that arm.
Numbness: Most concerning is the pain in the right arm. If this is something new it needs evaluation by a physician. The diffuse numbness and tingling could be from any number of causes. An infectious or inflammatory workup may also be indicated. Again, the pain and lack of movement in the right arm needs more immediate attention. ...Read more
Low back pain. Numbess and not being able to move legs and also numbness and coldness in spine. Numbness and coldness in arm. Pain and tingling legs?
See your physician: Numbness and tingling in any extremity can be due to many reasons including sitting or standing in the same position for a long time, nerve injury, electrolyte abnormalities, vitamin deficiencies, etc. True weakness with paresthesias would be more concerning. See your physician for evaluation. You might be referred to a neurologist. http://www.ninds.nih.gov/disorders/paresthesia/paresthesia.htm ...Read more
Be seen: The most likely cause is a cervical Radiculopathy, which is basically a pinched nerve in the neck. But because of the association of cardiac disease and left shoulder and arm complaints, you would be well served to be seen. Peripheral nerve entrapment syndromes such as carpal tunnel syndrome are also a possible cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could the following symptoms mean..Tingling in upper abdomen, tingling and numbness in both hands ...Feel really hot and sweating a lot...
Thyroid: This could be from thyroid disease. But there are other possibilities. See your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
I experience painful blood vessels in hands feet,legs and arms,burst veins, cramp, painful spasms in neck, tinitus and tingling in hands and mouth?
Sounds like: some of your symptoms may be related to your fibromyalgia. It does not look like you are taking any medication for this. If you are having swelling/edema in your extremities that can also be a cause for the "burst veins". Varicose veins can also become inflamed, causing your symptoms. I would recommend you see your doctor to have these addressed. There ARE treatments for fibromyalgia! ...Read more
Tremors in hands, weak legs, dizzy, numbing/tingling in hands and feet, weight loss. Got MRI, no MS. ALS? Parkinsons? It's not anxiety. 17yrs old
Hmmm: No way to tell with those history elements alone. Please follow up with your doctor to share more history and be assessed further. A neurologist would be a good choice as well. good luck figuring it out ...Read more
For the last few weeks i've had the following: nausea, lightheaded, dizziness. Also some tingling in hands. What could this be? Should i see my dr?
Several things: With symptoms this complex, you owe it to yourself to call your doctor to help you make sense out of them. ...Read more
Last night I started having cloudy, blurred vision, felt dizzy been having tingling in hands as well, what's wrong?
Cannot tell: There is not enough there to make a diagnosis.Too many situations and conditions can do this. If continues you have to see your md. ...Read more
Could my son have als? He's dizzy, tingling in hands and feet, weak legs, stiff fingers, stiff legs, sometimes stumbles on word choice. He's 17
Tremors in hands, weak legs, dizzy, some numbing/tingling in hands and feet, weight loss. Got MRI, no MS. Is it ALS? Parkinsons? It's not anxiety.
Tremors: With these symptoms you need to see a good diagnostician and I would start with my family doctor. He will probably start with a complete blood panel and exclude all metabolic disease . If this is all normal that he will be able to send you to the appropiate specialist to treat your condition. Do not try to self diagnose. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For 2 years: dizzy, tired, pain/tingling in hands & feet, hair loss, hot, pee a lot, thirsty, hungry. +mono & +ana. No dm 2, anemia, or thyroid prob.
Stiff muscles, tremors, trouble breathing, weak legs, dizziness, balance issues, some tingling in hands/feet. Got MRI, no MS. Is it ALS? I'm 17.
Age 20. B12 256. Symptoms are weakness, hearing loss, confused, fatigue, thinking problem, numbness, dizziness, tingling right hand. Wht to do now!pls?
See below: These are symptoms that could be potentially serious. Yous should discuss these with your physician. He/she will thoroughly evaluate you and let you know what's going on. ...Read more
What is neuropathy and can it be cured? Dizziness, very disoriented.Tingling hands, fingers, feet, and also swelling , water retention, feels like i'm drunk cannot walk straight, very much afraid of falling, i feel like i'm tilting more to one side .
"Neuropathy" : "neuropathy" as a term is usually used to describe or label diseases of the peripheral nerves, so it is also often called "peripheral neuropathy" to emphasize that this is not a term to use to describe diseases of the brain or spinal cord. There are many types of peripheral neuropathy, and several ways to classify them, based on whether the major systems involved are those which provide nervous system input to muscles (motor neuropathies), those that are involved in sensation such as touch, pressure, heat, cold, pain, etc (sensory neuropathies), or those that are involved in control of involunatry functions such as maintenance of blood pressure, sweating, and bowel and bladder function. There are mixed neuropathies, pure motor neuropathies, pure sensory neuropathies, etc. Equally, there are classifications by cause (etiology), such as diabetic neuropathy (which is usually a sensory neuropathy but may involve motor problems or autonomic problems in some patients) or ischemic neuropathy (neuropathy caused by insufficient blood supply to some nerves). Some neuropathies have a genetic basis, others are acquired. Some are due to other diseases involving nerve secondarily, such as diseases in which the immune system attacks blood vessels, producing vasculitis, which then can produce ischemic neuropathy in the affected nerves. This often produces a clinical pattern called "mononeuropathy multiplex", meaning multiple nerves are involved one at at time with no pattern, whereas a lot of other types of neuropathy as I have described above are "polyneuropathies", involving multiple nerves usually in symmetric patterns, such as in what is called a "stocking and glove" distribution. So the causes are different, and some are identifiable and curable, others are not curable but are treatable, and some are difficult to treat. So this is a long answer to your main question about "what is neuropathy". Some of what you describe could be a peripheral polyneuropathy: tingling sensations in your hands and feet, feeling "drunk" which may mean your sense of where you are in space is not working well, leading to a feeling that you may fall. However as dr krob suggested "dizziness", swelling and water retention, and disorientation are not commonly associated with neuropathy and could suggest that you have a serious medical condition which needs prompt evaluation and treatment. Some of these might also cause neuropathy; so, to pick just one possibility (not to say you have this), there are diseases called "collagen vascular diseases" such as lupus which may damage the kidneys, producing water retention, swelling of the legs, feet, and hands, and this may also affect nerves by causing vasculitis, giving you the tingling and perhaps also the "feeling like i'm drunk". So see a physician, very soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Light headed, dizzy, weak, shaky, tingling hands and feet, trouble breathing, heart fluttering. Not diabetic or hypoglycemic, blood panel normal.
Flutter: i would check two main areas: the thyroid and the adrenals. They can both cause those symptoms you describe ...Read more
Migraine extremely dizzy tingling hands faint !!!! Panadein forte doesn't help!! What is this? Ongoing 3 days so dizzy/faint :(
See HA specialist: Once a diagnosis of migraine has been made and episodes are longer the professional management is warranted. Migraine is a condition that causes attacks of headaches. Other symptoms such as feeling sick, numbness or vomiting, sensitive to light and sound are also common. See a headache specialist for migraine management. ...Read more
I had a cold 2 weeks ago and since have been dizzy, with tingling in my legs, hands, top of my head and now my lips. Should I be concerned?
See a doctor : You need to visit a medical doctor for a full assessment. It could be residaul viral infection side effect. ...Read more
Bilateral hand tingling and dizziness from ritalin (methylphenidate). Could this be a sign of stroke?
See below: These symptoms could be serious and need to be thoroughly evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
I feeling dizzy when move eyes, head and tingling in hands and foot, bit jerking on face what it could be?
I am experiencing lump under rib cage, hand tingling and dizziness (better by: with fluids, rest) (worsened by: changing head position, hot weather, pr...
Sob, dizzy, feet & hands tingling, bronchitis x 2 weeks ago. Urgent care last night said viral, pericarditis. Neck pain, feel faint. Albut barely helps?
You're ill: Viral illnesses must run their course. You're acutely ill right now. Go to bed. Drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated and raise your BP (low BP is contributing to your weak, dizzy, faint feeling). Eat salty foods. Rest. Be patient. If not improving in 5 days, be re-evaluated. You would do well to establish a relationship with a family doc and not use urgent care so you have continuity of care. ...Read more
Tingling in hands , arms, legs, and feet. Get nauseous, sick , light headed and dizzy feelings in mornings and in stomache mostly in the mornings . ?
Concerning symptoms: The symptoms you describe are very concerning and can be many things. With the nausea and stomachache in the morning, i'm wondering if you're having gastritis or peptic ulcer disease. That doesn't often cause tingling hands, arms and legs, so more investigation is needed. If you haven't had a checkup with a doctor in a while, now's the time! best of luck! ...Read more
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