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Menopause And Tingling Extremities
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?
Neurological symptoms in legs and arms experiencing hyperesthesia(NOT painful) and sometimes numbness and erratic mild muscle pain. Fibromyalgia?
Probably not: Fibromyalgia is a specific condition that should only be diagnosed by an expert. FMG is associated with specific trigger points not general numbness & hyperesthesia. Unfortunately even health care professionals toss around the term Fibromyalgia leading to many missed diagnosis & 'therapeutic misadventures' (which can be deadly). See a neurologist, & then a FMG specialist if a diagnosis isn't made. ...Read more
Circulation issues: Yes, circulation can impair blood flow to the hands and feet, and cause cold hands and feet, and in some cases even numbness. Another condition referred to as raynaud's phenomenon or disease can also cause whitish/bluish discoloration and cold hands and feet. I agree see a vascular specialist to determinie if you have either condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can severe anxiety and depression cause neuropathy symptoms in legs feet and just numb feeling inside abdomen?
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
20 year old, healthy female, cold feet and hands, regular pins and needles in legs, numbness, tingling and sometimes throbbing, skin discolours?
What you're describing is due to your blood vessels constricting (narrowing), possibly "Raynaud's phenomenon." Our bodies do this normally in response to things like cold but in some individuals, the degree of constriction can be severe and easily triggered. Avoiding triggers is the simplest thing to try. There are medical treatments available as well. Hope this helps ...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
Nerves and blood: Vessels that go to your arm, elbow, forearm, wrist, hand and fingers pass through the axilla or armpit on the way from the chest and shoulder region to the rest of the upper limb. So a process in the axilla or armpit could symptoms in the hand. It shold be evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more
Frequent night time urination , erectile problems, insomnia and tingling and numbness in face legs and arms?
Neuropathy/Vascular: The main causes of pins and needles are the following: neuropathy (usually from diabetes or alcohol use), impaired blood flow, or metabolic causes such as changes in calcium or magnesium. Some medications can cause pins and needles-a common medication would be topiramate. A neurologist would be able to help you by doing an exam, ordering blood tests and an EMG test. ...Read more
Lumbar scoliosis. Experiencing sciatica pain. Recently accompanied by muscle spasms in buttocks and calf. Tingling and numbness in arms and hands ?
Lumbar scoliosis: Where you diagnosed by a physician. While the tingling and numbness in the arms may result from cervical radiculopathy, The spasms in the buttocks and legs may be related to the lumbar scoliosis. An evaluation and possible radiological studies will be helpful. Your age and full medical history ...Read more
Severe back pain, numbness and tingling in feet arms hands swelling in thighs, feet, hands and upper arms. Rapid weight gain around belly ?
See your doctor: It's important with all these symptoms mentioned that you seek evaluation with your primary care doctor to figure out what could be causing all these symptoms. There are various thing that could result in some of those symptoms. It may not be only one cause. It could have some vascular component, a metabolic component, a neurologic component, nutrient deficiency component, or none-of-the-above. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Having chest tightness and numbness in both arms numb and tingly sensation in both arms and hands
For what possible reasons have i got tingling hands and feet after taking just two fx menopause tablets?
Is it normal during menopause to get a prickly/tingling feeling in your forehead/temple area followed by a hot flash several times a day?
Hot flashes: Hot flashes are consistent with peri-menopause which is a prelude to the menopausal state. Have your GYN MD exam you and check your FSH blood test which may indicate a beginning of this process. He/she can also run a TSH blood test to rule out thyroid abnormalities which can also cause "hot flashes". ...Read more
Several things: Ultimately it is your nerves. But you can have it due to several causes. Amongst those many are: hyperventilation syndrome (where you are breathing fast amd lower your CO2 in your blood), various neurological syndromes. You should see a good neurologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many causes.: There are many potential causes, including, but not limited to, anxiety, hyperventilation, low blood pressure, low body temperature, diabetes and some neurologic diseases, such as multiple sclerosis. In view of the wide spectrum and variable possible treatments, a visit to ones doctor would be helpful. ...Read more
Limb numbness: It will help if you specify whether this is only in 1 limb, only upper or lower limbs, or all limbs. If the numbness/tingling is sudden and in all 4 limbs, then the most likely cause is either hyperventilation or simple anxiety, which may however be severe. Symptoms in 1 limb could be a stroke, nerve injury, or vascular problem. In the upper or lower limbs this could be a spinal nerve problem. ...Read more
Can being nervous and feeling anxious make the extremities feel numb and also have a weird tingling sensation?
Is it possible that a pinched nerve in my neck or back could cause tingling in all my extremities? Other causes?
Possible if a large : Enough herniated disc or small enough spinal canal or a combination of both in the cervical or neck region of the spine causing not just a pinched nerve but a pinching or compression of the spinal cord which is called a myleopathy . Other causes can be non spinal as well such as certain vitamin deficiencies, diabetes etc. See your doctor if these persist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My symptoms are super tired (like have to go to bed early) occasional dizziness, tingling in extremities, sometimes. What's up?
Many possibilities.: Get the following blood tests & Optimize: NMR lipoproteins (LDL should be very low, Large-HDL high most important), HbA1c <5.0%, TSH (Thyroid Stimulating Hormone) <1 mcU/mL, CMP (Complete Metabolic Panel, so called) & CBC (Complete Blood Count, so called) to start sorting out internal clues about what might be causing/related at a brain/body level. Study my answers, these issues on net, good luck. ...Read more
Nerve issues: Often this is a sign of nerve compression or inflammation at the wrist (carpal tunnel synd) however, nerves can be compressed at the elbow, shoulder, and neck. This could also represent the beginning of a peripheral neuropathy, as might be with diabetes or nutritional deficiencies. See your doc to uncover causation. ...Read more
If I have a pinched nerve in my lower back can that cause numbness and tingling in all 4 limbs and would it be worse in the morning?
Is it possible to have celiacs disease with negative blood work. I have lost 30lbs, tired, tingling in all extremities at 21 years old. ?
Is numbness and tingling (especially in the extremities) all that constitutes "neuropathy?" Is it possible to have neuropathy without pain?
Possible: Peripheral neuropathy can be caused by numerous entities, and can affect varying fiber sizes depending upon underlying pathology, but numbness and tingling could be a manifestation of a problem within brain or spinal cord. Your doctor should easily be able to sort this out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
A male of 50 years is having cramping in lower limbs with tingling and numbness for many years, his symptoms have now progressed with bearable pain an?
See a neurologist: The lesion could be in the spinal cord (most likely cervical or lumbar, less likely thoracic), in the lumbar roots, or in the peripheral nerves. Your description is insufficient. A complete history & neurologic exam by a neurologist are essential to localize the lesion & then diagnose the problem. In neurology it's ALWAYS "where" first, THEN "what." Never trust a "what" without a "where" first. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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