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How Do You Stop Pins And Needles When You Have Drop Foot
Nerve: The swelling from the fracture and the cast itself can cause pressure on the nerves to your foot . These parasthesias( pins and needles) are usually normal ; however if they increase in severity or u have increasing pain ass.W/ these parasthesias see your ors. Sometimes the cast and swelling can cause too much pressure and will need 'splitting' or removal. Gl! ...Read more
The left side/bottom of my right foot gets a strange shock sensation when I walk then goes to pins and needles when not moving no noticeable swelling ?
Get an EMG: Evaluation by a neurologist or PM&R physician would be helpful. An EMG may be needed to determine precisely where your sensations are likely coming from. *An EMG is a neurophysiologic test that uses electrodes, small electrical shocks and very fine needles to assess the function of nerves. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My right foot and occasionally the fingers in my right hand get semi-numb (pins and needles) when I lay down at night. Circulation or nerve injury?
Possibly.. But....: Circulatory and nerve issues are certainly two possibilities, however, more information is need to isolate the cause or causes of your symptoms. It is probably best to begin with a thorough evaluation, beginning with a history and physical, and a systems review directed at your symptoms. A competent family or general practicioner is a great place to start. ...Read more
MANY things.: Could be peripheral neuropathy. It could also be a reaction to a chemical in your house or a cleaning product. Carbon monoxide exposure, heavy metal exposure (lead, arsenic), vitamin deficiency, radiation exposure, and electrolye imbalances are just a few possible causes. See a doctor. ...Read more
What happen if there has being regular experience of pins and needles in the body and more often it happens in my both foot. Thank you.
I often get pins and needles nowadays, often without my feet having been in any sort of awkward position at all, and it is also stronger sensation?
Neuropathy: Should discuss with doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›