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Pins And Needles And Swollen Feet
I broke my foot 4 days ago and today it feels like there is pins and needles in it. It is still swollen and bruised. Is that feeling normal?
Pins & needles: Can come from swelling, as pressure of the swollen tissues on the nerves can cause them to react. So can a tight cast, and there is also the possibility you injured a nerve when you broke your foot as well. Let your doctor know what you're feeling, just to be safe. Feel better and good luck!See 1 more doctor answer
Sprained my ankle week n 1/2 ago, now I'm suffering with pins and needles in that foot, it's still swollen, used to struggle to walk, now just tiring!
Should I go back to the ER? They sent me home two weeks ago with a severe sprain and recently the top of my foot is swollen really bad and feels like pins and needles. And I still cannot bare weight on my foot. HELP
Can you please tell me why I get red itchy and swollen hands and feet? Some times they go numb as well and I get pins and needles in them too.
Dematitis? More info: You should see a MD to diagnose as there are many possibilities. Hand dermatitis (aka hand eczema) o/f results from a combination of causes, i.e. genetic makeup, injury (contact with irritants) & allergy.Psoriasis is possible. Primary Erythromelalgia develops spontaneously w/o any underlying disease. Secondary erythromelalgia can develop due to diseases like MS, lupus or DM. So see a dermatologist
Speckled ana, raised esr, swollen painful knee and ankle, pains in feet and toes worse morning and night, headaches, lethargy, pins and needles hands?
Neuropathy: The numbness and tingling are symptoms of a possible neuropathy. The ESR is suggestive of an inflammatory disorder, which may depend how high the level is. There are several more common inflammatory disorders that can cause this constellation of syndromes and a rheumatologist and neurologist should be involved in your care.
Neuropathy: Perhaps a compressed or entrapped nerve. It would be interesting if you could relay to us precisely where that patch of skin is.
Neuropathy: Pins and needle sensation can be due to a peripheral nerve disorder or neuropathy. Poor circulation, alcohol use or side effect from certain medications, low vitamin b12, abnormal thyroid, diabetes and immune disorders are among the most common causes. Check with your physician for accurate diagnosis and treatment. This may not be related to hydrocephalus.
Nerve Damage: It sounds like nerve damage occurred with your injury. Depending on the type of injury it can last anywhere from 6-9 weeks to permanent damage. This is something that needs to evaluated by a podiatrist or neurologist. After the evaluation they could give you a better idea based on your injuries.
Neuropathy: Many different things can cause this and a good clinical exam could help you to differentiate and possibly give a diagnosis. Treament plans can be set up upon figuring out the etiology.See 1 more doctor answer
Couple of things: It might be due to circulation where not enough oxygen is being delivered to the tissues, resulting in hypoxia of the tissues. If it is in the nerves, think injury, tight shoes, or referred pain (radiculopathy) or neuropathy (diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, thyroid issues) cause abnormal signals to be conducted through the nerves. Seeing a podiatrist can help sort this out.
Right leg feeling heavy, feels swollen but isn't. It hurts to bend it. Recurrent pins and needles.
Paresthesias: Numbness and tingling in any extremity can be due to many reasons including sitting or standing in the same position for a long time, nerve injury, electrolyte abnormalities, vitamin deficiencies, etc. See your physician for evaluation. You might be referred to a neurologist. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003206.htm, http://www. Ninds. Nih. Gov/disorders/paresthesia/paresthesia. Htm
My feet are feeling very shaky and also I think they have like pins and needles feeling but it's not the actually pins and needles. Also I feel sick.
Need a checkup: "Pins and needles" sensation can be due to a peripheral neuropathy. that is a problem with the nerves to the legs that can be due to a number of problems, ranging from vitamin deficiencies to diabetes. You need a thorough evaluation by your physician to find the cause and to treat it.See 1 more doctor answer
MANY things.: Could be peripheral neuropathy. It could also be a reaction to a chemical in your house or a cleaning product. Carbon monoxide exposure, heavy metal exposure (lead, arsenic), vitamin deficiency, radiation exposure, and electrolye imbalances are just a few possible causes. See a doctor.
Neuropathy: It is likely to be a peripheral neuropathy. Have it evaluated.
Lots of things: There are a great many things that can cause what you're describing. Without knowing anything of your medical history, the best thing is to simply have you see your doc right away and get this evaluated.See 1 more doctor answer
What happen if there has being regular experience of pins and needles in the body and more often it happens in my both foot. Thank you.
I often get pins and needles nowadays, often without my feet having been in any sort of awkward position at all, and it is also stronger sensation?
Neuropathy: Should discuss with doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
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