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Symptoms Disease Tingling
Early vs late: Early symptoms of lymes (right after bite) can include a specific rash at the site of the bite, fatigue, headache, muscle and joint pain, fever, and swollen glands. One can also have neurological changes, eye concerns, and even heart concerns. Later symptoms usually include joint pain, neurological changes, and chronic skin changes. ...Read more
They are different!: Post-polio symptoms emanate from neural changes in the spine, while Dopamine depletion in the substantia nigra is the cause for parkinson's. Stumbling and awkward motion can be common to both, but in the end they are distinctly different. ...Read more
Vary Widely: The symptoms can include pain, numbness, weakness, wounds, gangrene, or slow healing of the affected extremity. The most common early sign is claudication, which is defined as muscle discomfort or cramping brought on by exercise & relieved with rest. Chronic pain in the leg or foot, often a achiness or burning, is also common. Get testing w/ ultrasound or blood pressures of the legs by vascular MD ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Neurological complications of gluten enteropathy are rare but recognized. Cerebellar involvement is one of the recognized syndromic manifestations. A neurologist should be consulted. Strict dietary compliance doesn't prevent these complications although as noted they are rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several..: Parkinson's is a degenerative disorder of the central nervous system.The motor symptoms of parkinson's disease result from the death of dopamine-generating cells in the substantia nigra. Early in the course of the disease, the symptoms are movement-related; these include shaking, rigidity, slowness of movement and difficulty with walking and gait. Later, cognitive issues: dementia and depression. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diagnosed EBV now seems gone on to serious autoimmune disease symptoms muscle weakness stiffness in muscles numbness loss of sensation ?
But, Rx Available!!!: Dopamine meds are mainstay of treatment. Modern therapy recommends longer lasting, milder potency meds first: Azilect (mao-b selective inhibitor) & Dopamine agonists (requip xl/mirapex er/neupro). After they've been maximized & stronger meds are needed to adequately manage symptoms, then sinemet +/- Comtan (stalevo (carbidopa and levodopa and entacapone) is both together) are begun. Tailor rx with side effects in mind for each person. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: The usual symptoms and signs of kawasaki's disease include fever, reddening of the eyes, cracked and inflamed lips and mucous membranes of the mouth with an inflamed "strawberry" tongue, ulcerative gum disease (gingivitis), swollen lymph nodes in the neck (cervical lymphadenopathy), and a rash that is raised and bright red. The rash appears in a glove-and-sock distribution. ...Read more
Illness, constant sinus probs, nerve twitching and tingling, muscle spasms. Burning, numbness tingling and chronic back pain. diangosis with ibs. Thoughts?
CLD and Tx: For more on Lyme Disease (acute and chronic) read Dr. Richard L. Horowitz's book "Why I Can't Get Better." He dose a great job explaining the symptoms, diagnostic test short comings and several therapy regimens. My practice focuses on Lyme and associated diseases and its effect on normal body function. It is also called the great masquerader, as it has many many symptoms. Best, JP Saleeby, MD ...Read more
How can someone differentiate MS numbness from other numbness and Is MS numbness always accompanied by weakness ? I have numbness but not weakness
1cm nodule on inhomogeneous thyroid. Severe pain, swelling, and tingling in both wrists. Possible Hashimoto's disease symptoms?
Unlikely: The symptoms of Hashimoto's thyroiditis are those of gradual failure of the thyroid gland and clinical hypothyroidism. I don't know what "inhomogenous" means. What did the history, physical exam of the thyroid, serum TSH, and serology reveal? A sub-cm nodule is only biopsied if there are concerning radiographic qualities. Was scintigraphy or ultrasound done? ...Read more
I have had red tingling palms for over a year. No other symptoms of liver disease and have stopped drinking alcohol (for over a year). Do the red palms mean I have liver disease . I have even a regular user of alcohol for several years?
Tingling in face when chewing?? Can this this be a symptom of my already existing TMJ disorder? Or is it not possible to TMJ to cause tingling?
While nothing is: While nothing is impossible, tingling in face would not be a likely result of TMD\TMJ Dysfunction. I would first consult with a dentist experienced treating TMJoint Dysfunction. You might be referred to your PCP or Neurologist if the dentist concurs with my suspicion and there are no other apparent dental causes such as an infection. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I was diagnosed with raynald disease. Is there any medication that can cure it. ? The cold, numbness and tingling is
Fingers tingling 4 2h. Have raynaud's disease but fingers aren't different colors. Don't feel sick and happened all of the sudden. Serious or what?
I get a sharp tingling pain down one side of my neck after consuming alcohol. Are there any other causes for this apart from hodgkins disease?
Not Hodgkins: Well known that alcohol and smoking are highly associated with oral and throat cancer. The alcohol in many cases acts as a severe irritant of oral/pharyngeal mucosa. The throat enters the cervical esophagus when both lateral sides of the oropharynx, the piriform sinuses fuse to form midline esohphagus. Alcohol running down the lateral pharynx across an area of inflammed mucosa can cause pain ...Read more
Is it possible to have celiacs disease with negative blood work. I have lost 30lbs, tired, tingling in all extremities at 21 years old. ?
What kind of diseases could cause burning and tingling in the feet? I also wake up with very dry mouth
Pain is worsening (have cervical degenerative disc disease) and now have numbness/tingling in left arm. Can't see dr until Jan 6th. Should I go to ER?
Can tingling of feet, hands, sore back be a neurology problem like damaged nerves? Or an underlaying disease?
Yes: tingling of hands and feet means that there is irritation of the peripheral nerves, we call this a neuropathy. Most neuropathies that are acquired are due to an immune attack on ther peripheral nerves. Conditons like lupus, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis make one more prone to neuropathy.and are treatable. ...Read more
If I have heart disease, should I be concerned if i experience tingling hands and feet during and after exercise?
I have minor degenative disc disease with potential nerve impingement on L5 & S1. I also have numbness in my legs with tingling in my feet ?
See below: While there are many causes of leg pain and numbness one of the most common causes is lumbar radiculopathy. This occurs when one of the nerves leaving the back gets compressed as it leaves the spine and travels down the leg. Compression may occur due to degenerative/bulging discs or arthritic bone spurs contacting the nerve. See your physician if these symptoms last longer than 2 weeks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
36 yo female with a history of Crohn's disease and degenerative disc disease. Have a numb spot on my pointer finger, my hands are cold and i get tingling. May have mild Crohn's flare. Neuropathy?
Neuropathy fingers: Peripheral neuropathy in inflammatory bowel disease ( ibd) patients has been reported and early on purely sensory symptoms are much more common. Talk to your pcp first, as there is certainly overlap with carpal tunnel (cts) and other conditions in many. Often it is not just one thing and just one focal spot in one finger for any of these whether it be ibd or cts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have random tingling inner thighs, sides of knees and calves with Increased low back pain. I have severe degenerative disc disease S1-L5; related?
Maybe the calf pain: Medial thigh pain is a higher dermatome, usually L3 or L4 nerve roots. Buttock, posterior-lateral thigh, posterior calves however are consistent with S1, sometimes L5 radiculopathy (tingling, burning, aching, pulling). You probably need more of a work up, PT for core stabilization, stretching, nerve slides and piriformis stretching, maybe an epidural, MRI if not done yet. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Teeth tingling/discomfort. Worse after brushing. Flossing: Some spots hurt. Gum disease? No bleeding. How urgent is this? Can’t see dr. right away.
Urgent: Your body is telling you something is wrong. You should see your Dentist as soon as possible for evaluation and appropriate treatment. Delay is not your friend. ...Read more
I have a numb/tingling spot on the tip of my pointer finger (right) and my hands are colder than normal. It has been this way for over 2 days. History of degenerative disc disease. No neck or arm pain?
Can degenerative disc disease cause (nerve damage) lack of sensation in the legs or even tingling in the penis?
Maybe--see Dr: 42 isn't that old for DJD to be assumed to be the culprit, and prolonged symptoms may worsen or become irreversible--so see your dr or a neurologist (either for start--after mri, may meet spine surgeon)--asap. Penile issues are often sacral (2-3-4), which could be a stenosis problem? Need MRI to help identify. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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