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Men In Pain Tickle
I AM A MAN OF OVER 30 YEARS, I GET A TINGLING SENSATION WHEN SOMEONE TOUCHES MY STOMACH. I WANT TO KNOW THE CAUSE AND HOW IT CAN BE CURED.
I had sexual contact with a man with genital herpes, he wore protection and took his medicine before it happened, I have a tingling sensation pain and?
I had sexual contact with a man with genital herpes, he wore protection and took his medicine before it happened, I have a tingling sensation pain and constant feel of urination in gspot do I have it?
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Multiple causes: Tingling can be from a fissure which is healing ( a crack in the skin) or perhaps from a pinworm infection. In either case I would recommend you seek medical attention and be examined. Anything that causes slight irritation can cause a little sphincter spasm and this can be desciribed as tingling ...Read more
Unclear what's ?: What do you mean by tickling? Do you have gall stones? If you are having RUQ discomfort, especially after eating, then an us of the gb should confirm if you have stones. If it does not, and you have symptoms, then a cck stimulated hida scan can reveal biliary dyskinesia. If you have stones or biliary dyskinesia, then cholecystectomy can be offered. You should see a surgeon about this. ...Read more
Very nonspecific: Tingling in the feet could mean a variety of things, but it could be a condition called neuropathy, involving damage to the sensory nerves in the feet. If it's only happening for a few moments at a time, it's likely nothing harmful. If you are a diabetic, I would get checked by your doctor. If your feet become swollen, painful or progressively discolored, I would get medical help immediately. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
????: You question is far too vague to understand much less answer. Please repost with more information e.g. Side, extent, duration, progression, etc. But also be aware that any answer will conclude with, "see your dictor.". ...Read more
Many possibilities: Most commonly due to pinched nerve at wrist, carpal tunnel syndrome, but could have nerve issues also at elbow and neck. Some medications can cause this, alcohol and drug abuse can cause peripheral neuropathy. Vitamin deficiencies especially B-12, or vitamin toxicity, especially B-6, may be culprits. ...Read more
Few causes of such: Common causes of tingling on the hands/fingers are carpal tunnel, ulnar nerve entrapment, and cervical/brachial plexus nerve impingement can cause such symptoms. Diabetes can also do that, but often present in feet first. Some people also feel some tingling/pain to their hands/fingers during a panic attack or even a heart attack. If your symptoms are bothersome, consult doc for an eval. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Neuropathy: Tickling of the feet and hands is usually a sign of a diffuse peripheral neuropathy. There are many causes of neuropathy including medications, diabetes, vitamin B12 deficiency, and hepatitis, and the diagnosis depends on your history of symptoms and physical exam. Rarely, a lesion in the spinal cord or lesions in the brain can cause this but in those cases there are usually other symptoms. ...Read more