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Numbness Of Upper And Lower Arm
Brief left side of face numbness and lower left arm numbness that went away after a few seconds. What's wrong?
Parasthesias: These symptoms are called parasthesias and could be a result of a number of different issues including anxiety or panic attacks, malnutrition, vitamin deficiencies, neuropathies or nerve disorders, vascular problems, inflammatory or infectious diseases. This is only a short list, there are many causes of numbness and more history and an exam would need to be done to confirm a diagnosis or cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am a 33 year old female that is over weight. I have had pain in my left shoulder, with heaviness and numbness to lower left arm and neck.
Couple points: The pain doesn't necessarily have a thing to do with obesity (most of your weight is below that area). But, http://www.amazon.com/dp/0692496157/ is a guide to overcoming the compulsions/habits/triggers that make us overeat. Pain that goes out in the pathway of a nerve is usually due to a nerve compression. Neck or Thoracic outlet are common spots. ...Read more
Can pinched nerve cause tingles when looking up&numbness in rt arm and leg? I do a lot of stair running .1st started with pulled lower back and spread
Spurling Sign: Yes. Clasically, looking up and toward the side of symptoms will elicit a shooting pain into the arm suggesting a pinched nerve in the neck. Less commonly, if the spur/disc is more central, there may also be symptoms affecting the same leg. Again, this would imply a combination of central and lateral pressure. A large disc herniation would be most likely if < 50 years. Consider a spine md eval. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im suppose to have a lumbar fusion on my lower back soon and recently been waking up with numbness in both arms, is this related?
Yes and no: The problems you are having in your lumbar spine are not causing the symptoms in your arms, but new numbess in the arms may be indicative of the same degenerative process which occurs in the lower, or lumbar spine, only occuring in the neck, or cervical spine. If the symptoms persist or worsen, you should let your surgeon know prior to any planned surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After using power tools or digging using a speed i wake up in early morning w/ severe numbness & pain in my hands & lower arms & it is getting worse?
?carpal tunnel: Sounds like this may be carpal tunnel syndrome, a compression of the median n. Beneath the palm. Can be aggravated by heavy work and repetitive motion. Frequently causes episodes of numbness and discomfort in the hands, at night, causing the patient to waken, then shake and/or rub the hands for relief. If this sounds right, see your doctor. Could require surgery.Good luck. ...Read more
I have really bad lower left side back pain which shoot down my leg with pins&needed and I also have sharp chest pain and numbness in my left arm?
Need to address ASAP: Need to address what might harm you the most quickly. Your chest pain radiating down your left arm describes a heart attack. Take aspirin if not allergic and seek help NOW. Your back and leg symptoms sound more like a herniated disc /sciatic nerve injury. Only after you are evaluated for your heart, a workup for back problems as mentioned should be initiated. Answer is not on internet, call 911. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It looks like a vein that is sticking out from under my r arm. I can feel and see it running down into my elbow and it hurts to press. It also hurts when I stretch up, the arm is heavy and also I am getting numbness and pins and needles in lower arm and
Some ideas: It may be you were responding to another medical provider. If not- consider- is there a blood clot in one of the veins? This is an unusual but important cause of these symptoms. Another possibility- numbness and pin sensation can arise from a nerve injury. The site depends on where you have the symptoms. Consider splitting your question into 2-3. ...Read more
Numbness in right arm. Cause? I also have lower back pain with random sharp pains down the back of my right leg
NEUROLOGIST: Etime for a neurological workup. Problems in low back could account for pain in leg - but not arm. A neurologist should gt a history and examine you and see what needs to be done. ...Read more
I have lower back pain on the left side and that pain is now in the front. Along with pain down the leg but not pass my knee and numbness in the arm?
Back pain: The low back pain and radiation to the knee suggests a pinched nerve in the low back between the lumbar 3/4 disc. The numbness in the arm is unrelated to the low back. See a neurosurgeon or a neurologist to evaluate your pain and numbness to establish a cause and a treatment plan. ...Read more
Pain in lower back and up my right arm. Numbness in my right arm tingling in my thumb pointer and middle finger. What do I do?
I have a lot going on. Slight numbness in left arm and leg. Leg bc/ of lower back injury. Arm i think bc/ of recent whiplash. I suffer from anxiety.
Can hypothyroid present as finger numbness and stiffness, with slight decrease in reflexes in one arm? Such as if Synthroid (thyroxine) needs adjust in dose?
Unusual: Hypothyroidism can present as carpal tunnel syndrome, which can cause numbness in fingers. Reflexes become slowed in hypothyroidism, but should remain symmetric, so it should not occur in just one arm. It is easy to find out if you are on enough synthroid (thyroxine) by getting a free T4 and TSH level done. ...Read more
Lower back pain numbness in right leg and right arm. Pins and needles in right arm down to fingertips. Please help.
Nerve impingement: can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc. It can cause muscle spasm and back pain and burning pain. This condition must be professionally managed. See an interventional pain management specialist for definitive diagnosis and management. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a sligh scoliosis. I have lower back pain , I have been having electic shocks in my arms and legs.. As well as numbness..Is it connected ?
Usually not: Developmental scoliosis is usually asymptomatic. So your discomfort may be due to something else. Acquired scoliosis may be associated with pain or radiculopathies. You're too young for the typical acquired form, unless you have a chronic debilitative disease. Check with your doctor to get to the bottom of your pains. ...Read more
25f frequent back pains and spontaneous numbness in arm/hand/fingers/feet & toes! when i press on my lower spin above my butt crack it feels like pins and needles?
Sounds like nerve: Most likely condition would be a pinched nerve. The nerves that supply the feet stem from nerve branches traveling from the leg. The "pinch" could be from the back at its root, but it an also be locally due to musculature. Another thing to be checked is circulation because if blood flow is hampered to a an area, it can cause pain and reduce function in the nerves. Get checked properly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Numbness of right lower arms and fingers. Swelling of feet, legs, and hands. I'm taking rendering, luvox (fluvoxamine) and suboxone. What's causing this, what to do?
Many things: Could be a number of things. Start by asking the doc who prescribes your meds about side effects. ...Read more
Symptoms of bowelmovements of only mucus and jelly fish like things. leg arm feet numbness and tingling. upper and lower back pain. wbc of 14.8?
This requires eval: Your symptoms and signs (white count of 14,800) are numerous and only an in-person evaluation/examination can adequately assess them. I might think of some form of infectious colitis with your mucus BM's and elevated WBC count; the numbness/tingling and pain could be something entirely different. I believe the best advice is go to ER (or your doc's office if you can get in today!) Good wishes:) ...Read more
I have been sick for 9 months. Do I have cidp? Symptoms are: extreme fatigue, numbness/weakness in my legs, arms, hands, feet and lower back pain
Impossible to say: Unlikely that you have cidp or acute immune polyneuritis, but some of your problems might be due to peripheral nerve issues. An EMG test done expertly could assist. Another question might involve a process such as multiple sclerosis, but that too cannot be confirmed in absence of MRI images. Spinal fluid analysis might be useful. Seek out a neurologist and pin down precise answer. ...Read more
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