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Pins And Needles Feeling In Breast
Hyperventilation: Dizziness and pins and needles in the arms may be caused by hyperventilation. Hyperventilation occurs when someone is anxious and breathes in a shallow rapid manner. Place a small paper bag over your mouth and nose and breathe for a while. If it helps, you have been hyperventilating. If it does not help, see your doctor. ...Read more
Cubital Tunnel: Sounds like a cubital syndrome or ulnar neuropathy at the elbow. This effects the nerve that goes under the bone on the underside of the medial bump of the elbow. Also known as funny bone. It becomes sensitive if it is trying to heal. Avoid having your elbow flexed as much as possible especially at night time. Reverse a elbow pad so it is in front and wear at night. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
CALL 911: I don't know when you wrote in, but I am just now reading this question. This is a medical emergency. Heart attack sx can include: chest pain or tightness, shortness of breath, increased sweating pain or numbness radiating down the arm (more often left than right) and nausea. There could be pain in the upper back, head, jaw or teeth. One fourth of people have heart attacks without chest pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pins and needles in my chin that switches from side to side. Also having pins and needles in left arm, lips and burning in middle of chest.
Need workup: Your symptoms require a thorough history and work up using laboratory and possibly other diagnostic tests. If you would like to talk about this on a more personal level to see if we can move this along please visit me at:www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi and use the key code: PDXFNR to set up a virtual appointment. ...Read more
Am getting burning sensation in forearm and constant pins and needles in thumb over the last 3 days.
Nerve compression: See a doc...Get a more detailed answer ›
Lack of energy, always tired, moving sensation in right breast, prickly feeling and pain in breast and armpit what can be wrong?
Breast: Although breast cancer is uncommon in a 26 year old woman, this certainly must be considered in light of a breast lump and discharge. Other possible causes are breast pain that comes and goes with the monthly cycle, large breasts that pull on the ligaments of the breasts or even chest wall muscle pain. Chest wall pain is often 1-sided, burning and occurs from overuse of those muscles. ...Read more
Pins and needles feeling in both hands and dizzyness? Pins and needles for past 3 weeks. New symptom. Dizzyness was already there before.
See below: Combination of the peripheral and central symptoms in the young individual brings a wide range of the diferrential diagnosis. You will benefit from seeing your local neurologist for more in depth evaluation. ...Read more
See below: Both are manefestation of a neuropathic condition. It is not uncommon to have both symptoms intermittently. ...Read more
Getting electric shocks in my spine, dizziness, memory loss and pins and needles in hands , quite worried any ideas?
Having "pins and needles" like feelings, especially in my hands, also buzzing in my hands and skin crawling sensation. No other symptoms. Help me?
I cannot feel left side of body. I have hand burning sensation in neck, head and pain down right side of body. Pins and needles on arms, pricking etc.
Pins and needles: You need to see a doctor as soon as possible for a neurological evaluation. ...Read more
Sharp pins and needles pain back of knee and continues down leg. Pins and needles in wrist and hand as well. Happens occassionally, mostly lying down.
Pins and needles: It's unclear if this is occurring with pressure in the back of the knees or the hands and wrist. Pressure over those areas can cause those symptoms. If there is no pressure over those area, then the question is do these symptoms persist or quickly dissipate. If the symptoms persist or continue on a regular basis, then they should be evaluated. ...Read more
I have pain in the back of my neck, vomiting, feeling ill, pins and needles feeling in upper arms. ?
Go to the ER: If these symptoms are recent in onset, especially if there is any fever, you need to go to the emergency room now. If there is no fever and the symptoms have been present for some time and are not progressing you can wait and be seen tomorrow. An immediate concern would be an infection that could be life threatening. The symptoms may still be part of a serious condition even if not infection. ...Read more
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