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Pins And Needles And Numbness In Feet
I keep getting pins and needles/numbness in my legs and feet. Could this be because I injured my knee? Any advice?
Well...: You should get checked out. The symptoms you describe sound like nerve issues. Could be from a lower back issue , could be a sign of diabetes, could be something else entirely but needs looking into. It is possible that you messed up your lower back from limping due to your injured knee. Does your lower back bother you? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been suffering with right sided pins and needles and numbness for a while now but recently it has become worse from foot to face. Arm is heavy?
Impaired blood flow: to the left side of the brain can do this . See a neurologist. ...Read more
I have pain in my right calf as well as numbness and slight weakness when the calf foot or ankle is touched i feel pins and needles like it s been asl?
At night m experiencing pins n needles and numbness in my hands and feet? Holding handing above head helps, what could this be? X
Is it okay to have tingling, pins and needles, some numbness in foot 3 weeks after 3rd met. ORIF, esp. when foot is elevated (pain on elevation, too)?
I have been experiencing foot numbness for the past couple of weeks; not pins and needles but a numbness and my foot near my toes feels "fat". What could be the cause?
Symmetric : Symmetric numbness affecting all the toes, often making the toes feel "wooden" or "like balled up socks, " or "swollen" (without visible swelling) can be a sign of a kind of nerve damage called peripheral neuropathy. Peripheral neuropathy can be caused by a large number of conditions, but in developed countries the most common condition is diabetes. Other things that can cause peripheral neuropathy include infections, vitamin deficiencies, and hereditary conditions. Other things that can cause symmetric toe numbness could possibly include problems affecting the spinal cord or blood vessels. Because many of these conditions can get worse or result in permanent injury if not detected and treated early, it is important to get the problem checked out. Starting point could be a primary care doctor ( family practice or internal medicine) who can determine if neurology consultation is needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a numbness in my left foot and a mild numbness in my left leg. What could this be related to? I woke up with pins and needles in my foot .
Persistant pins and needles with numbness on top of foot three weeks after severe ankle sprain. Nothing helps, ankle feels fine. Treatments? Relief?
Tell your doctor...: After 3 weeks from an ankle sprain, symptoms should have subsided if you've been properly examined and treated. If scar tissue formed in the area, you may be getting compression on an adjacent nerve. Get your ankle examined properly. An mri/ct would probably be best to examine the soft tissue. Your doc will probably rule out structural and vascular problems too. Get checked. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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