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Pins And Needles On My Forehead
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
Maybe ulnar neuropat: Ulnar neuropathy is a condition that can cause numbness or tingling in the hand, especially the pinky (5th) finger. It is commonly caused by compression of the nerve at the location of the inner elbow. It helps to avoid leaning the elbow on flat surfaces. There are times when the compression is inside the elbow and this may benefit from surgery. Hand weakness is an important issue in cases. ...Read more
Hi am wounding why am getting pins and needles on night in my left arm and sometimes in my fingers?
Carpal tunnel: This may be carpal tunnel syndrome which often firsts presents as numbness and tingling in lower arm, wrist and hands at night and early morning due to wrist flexion at night. If it is not closer to wrist, it may be either a brachial plexus or cervical nerve root issue. Any trauma? Disc problems in neck? May need an EMG to figure it out, as well as a physical exam. Consider cts stretches and brace. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Didn't I answer?: I just answered this question, no? There are too many possibilities to count.... that you really need to supply us with either more information or see your doctor who will ask you more questions. Perhaps, you just slept on your back? You know...how you sleep on your arm? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Pins and needles i suffer sometimes of pins and needles in my left arm if i bang my elbow i get a rush of pins and needles what can it be?
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
Why is all my body numb and my hands and arms have pins and needles and my necks hurts suffer head aches and constipation?
Numbness in my heals on my feet, numbness/tingling in my thumbs and electric shock sensation in my arm. What is it?
Without knowing: Details about you as a patient its tough to give a definitive answer. The first thought that comes to my mind is neuropathy. If you have uncontrolled diabetes, then that would be one possible cause. The treatment would be aggresive blood sugar control and use of medications in the class of neurontin (gabapentin). Nerve compression causing these type of symptoms are a possibility though not as likely.... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Difficult to say: Experiencing full body parasthesias is difficult to diagnose without any other history or known symptoms. How is your liver function currently? Some times acute hepatitis with increased liver damage can lead to unusual feelings in your skin. Also, any new medications? I would recommend seeing your physician. ...Read more
Pain in my neck then had pins and needles in right hand and constant nerve twitching with all my fingers?
My wife Julie has pins and needles down the iner right arm.Her right thumb is numb and the right index finger also with pins and needles.why please?
Does Julie: Have trouble with her neck? This type of problem is oft associated with a pinched nerve root in the cervical spine (neck). Of course there are other explanations as well, but this is the first thing that comes to mind. A series of plain x rays, a history and a physical exam, along with a neurological assessment should illuminate the problem. See a family doctor or internist to start the evaluation ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hi doctors. Sometimes i experienced numbness on my toes and finger tips and it feels like pins and needles. Also tingling. What is the prevention for?
Find the cause: It sounds as if you may have neuropathy, a disease that compromises nerve function. While diabetes is the most common cause in the us, there are many other possible causes that should be investigated. A more sensitive study (a glucose tolerance test) can also diagnose early diabetes in people who otherwise appear normal. A neurologist can help with the search for causes and help manage symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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