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Occasional Tingling Spine
I hit my friend's spine and he told me he got spine tingling sensation. What can I do to cure him?
YOU shouldn't do...: ...ANYTHING unless YOU are a licensed health care professional who deals with orthopedic/neurologic problems & can see him as a patient. I don't know how hard this guy's spine was hit, but, if he's still having symptoms at this time, the only way to help him is to get him to seek medical care. This is NOT something to mess around with. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
May be spinal cord: When there is a problem with the spinal cord in the neck which affects the posterior columns, an irritable phenomenon called lhermitte's might occur. This is a nonspecific sign of several problems, so if this gets more persistent and your arms and/or legs get numb or weak, best to get this evaluated. ...Read more
I have a tingling in my right and left toes that comes and goes and a springy feeling in my spine at times what could this be?
I have a lump that doesn't move on left side of spine it sends a tingling sensation at times what could it be?
Pressure on nerves: If a mass as you describe is present over a structure such as a nerve or nerve root then, it will cause the type of sensations you are mentioning. There's no way to say more about this entity in your case with the limited information you've provided. Whether it is something that needs to be taken out or not would require an examination and likely some imaging studies and maybe even a biopsy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have had a weird spine tingling in the middle of my back standing or laying what can cause this I have had seven epidurals can that cause it?
Not likely...: If rash has not broke out.Or of it crosses over the midline of your spine. May be nerve irritation from a mild radiculopathy or medial nerve branch irritation from vertebral facet arthritis. If pain continues, with no rash, consider seeing an interventional pain specialist. Hope that helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Rand numbing/tingling feeling that goes straight down spine. Starting a little higher than middle of back. What could cause this?
Radiculopathy: Probably. The most common cause of pain that runs from the spine down into an extremity is known as a radiculopathy, usually caused by the irritation of a nerve on the spine. If it occurs in the neck, it can cause pain and/or numbness that runs into the arm and hand. Consider being seen. ...Read more
In disorders of the spine, is there a significant difference in the nature of radiating pain? What causes manifestation as burning, tingling, etc.?
Usually nerves: The symptoms your describing usually relate to nerves- & it can manifest in many different ways. ...Read more
Tingling in back between my shoulder blades and my spine. It does not feel like needles, it's in the same spot.
Trigger points: Pain in the midline of the back or around the shoulder blades is usually muscular. Trigger points, fairly specific areas that when pressed reproduce or trigger the pain, are common and muscular. Levator scapula syndrome is a variant near the top of the shoulder blade. Good posture, avoid looking down at computer screens. Try ice/heat, nsaid's, and salonpas hot patches. ...Read more
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