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How To Stop Your Foot From Having Strange Tingling
Have you tried stret: If stretching exercises do not help or makes the problem worse, you need to see a neurologist. There are a number of things the these symptoms could be. ...Read more
Tingling in right foot for years on &off. Have scoliosis w/5 bulging discs. Possibly related? What could cause this? How do I stop it? What do I do?
My toes is tingling and generating electricity in to my left foot and up to my leg shocking me non stop. 37 y/o f. Not at all physical but been walking lately. No back problems. Desperate to sleep.
See neurologist: Tingling and electric sensations that radiate in an extremity (arm/leg) often are signs of a nerve problem. A disc pressing on a nerve is the usual cause but there are other problems that can cause these symptoms as well. Seeing a neurologist is a good place to start. If you are experiencing night pain, fevers, trouble with your gait, bowel movements or urination see doctor as soon as possible! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neuropathy: Idiopathic neuropathy (meaning cause is unknown) can be treated the same way as diabetic neuropathy in some cases. In other cases, it is because of a nerve entrapment, such as radiculopathy or tarsal tunnel syndrome. Vitamin b6 and b12, which nerves love, are a good place to start. A deficiency of these can cause numbness. Other meds are gabapentin, lyrica, or cymbalta. See a podiatrist. ...Read more
After working out a couple weeks ago, my feet started tingling and won't stop. They don't hurt, they just tingle. ?
Nerve problem: There can be a variety of causes of tingling (paresthesias), which is often caused by something affecting the nerves, such as nerve compression, neuropathy, etc. Since the problem seems to be persistent, you should probably see your doctor who can perform a motor, sensory and reflex exam to decide whether further testing or treatment is needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For the past year, non stop, my feet have been burning and tingling and just driving me insane. I've been to two different doctors but no solution?
Possible neuropathy.: Numbness and tingling in the feet is possibly due to neuropathy, which means a problem with the nerves. A test called an EMG involves small electrical shocks and can evaluate for neuropathy. There are also medications that can be helpful with the pain (names like neurontin, lyrica, amitriptyline). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Went to a concert, got punched hard in the side and now hands and feet won't stop tingling. Pain in back, hands, feet. Could getting hit be the cause?
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