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I have tingling around my mouth and chin, sometimes in the arms, its a very low sensation and it comes and goes , what would it be?
I have been having tingling around my mouth. Lips and chin. Can you shed some light on what it may be. I have had a cervical disc fusion c3-t2?
See a neurologist: This is not directly related to your spine surgery but may be related to the underlying reason why you needed the surgery in the first place or it may be totally unrelated but needs to be evaluated in either case. You need a through evaluation from neurologic and cardiovascular standpoints. ...Read more
The left side of my face along the hair line has been itchy and tingling also under my eye and around my mouth jaw line and chin. ?
R/O TRIGEMINAL NEUR: R/O TRIGEMINAL NEURALGIA : there are 3 branches of the Trigeminal nerve that can become inflamed after Trauma/TMJ/ IDIOPATHIC. It responds to NEUROLEPTICS. like NEURONTIN/LYRICA/TOPAMAX. INJECTIONS OF BOTOX/LIDOCAINE /CORTISONE. Get seen promptly by an ENT and your INTERNIST. If face begins to droop it can be early BELLS PALSY ...Read more
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
Yes, here is a list:
•injury to a nerve
•pressure on the spinal nerves, such as from a herniated disk
pressure on peripheral nerves
•shingles or herpes zoster infection
•lack of blood supply to an area
carpal tunnel syndrome (pressure on a nerve at the wrist)
abnl calcium, potassium, b12, other vit's, meds, lead, alcohol, radiation and panic attacks. ...Read more
Okay....: Unfortunately, your question is only the beginning, not the end. Hearing this, a doctor would then take a detailed history in an effort to construct a differential diagnosis. Your statement is so nonspecific that one can't even generate a list of possibilities. That's something that properly ought to take place in a doctor's office. ...Read more
Maybe; worth a trip: Many people "hold" or express their tension with their body, particularly true with anxiety and depression. Anxiety can keep your sympathic nevous system on alert. Other neurological issues (eg fibromigalia) and other disorders like lymphoma can trigger like experiences. Your primary care doctor is one of the best first stops to explore what is going on. Reach out while you're motivated! ...Read more
Normal tongue doesn't tingle.
Make sure that the food you are eating is not causing it. Also, make sure your are brushing teeth and tongue to maintain good hygiene. Mouth wash with a little bit of baking soda will help. ...Read more
Lots of things: But of course, the most important of these would be either a stroke or TIA (Transient Ischemic Attack). Other things can also do it but if your symptom is brand new or relatively brisk an unrelenting in its onset (in other words it's not going away) then, you should pick up the phone after reading this and call 911. If this is in the past anymore then, call your doctor and get in to be seen. ...Read more
Many things: Basically this is caused other by irritation or compression of the nerves of the face or by something in your brain. Sometimes this is very simple and sometimes it is not. The exact pattern, association of other symptoms, risk factors and timing helps docs to figure it out. ...Read more
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