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Tingling And Sweating Symptoms
This sunday I experienced a feeling of faintness, excessive sweating, tingling in my face all over and nausea. What could cause these symptoms.?
Many things: These could be cardiac related as the most serious cause. You should see your doctor. ...Read more
I've been experiencing severe panic attacks right before going to bed. I feel as if I can't breath, like I'm having a heart attack and will die. I also have physical symptoms such as a bad pain in my left arm and back, tingling in my hand and sweating.
Be careful: Be certain that the cause is truly a panic attack: this a "diagnosis of exclusion." first you need to be checked carefully for other, more ominous causes. See your family doc if you haven't already. If it's deemed to be panic, consider relaxation techniques like transcendental meditation, yoga, self hypnosis with or without assistance from a tranquilizer (under the direction of your doc). ...Read more
Probable vertigo: Attacks of vertigo, usually benign positional vertigo, are the cause of all or at times some of the symptoms that you are experiencing. ...Read more
Raynaud's disease: Sounds like raynaud's disease. See an internist. ...Read more
What could be wrong if you have profuse sweating followed by chills and a tingling feeling throughout body then get very sleepy also experience some nausea
These symptoms are very non-specific. You may be dealing with an infectious process which is causing fever, chills, fatigue, and nausea. If you are still having these symptoms I recommend you see your doctor for a complete history, physical, and diagnostic testing as deemed necessary.
Best of luck. ...Read more
I have tingling on the bottom of my feet what is that? It just started but I did have it before with some sweating in my hands and feet too
Tingling is typically a sensation related to a nerve. It can be a symptom of a host of problems including diabetes, a compression of a nerve in the lower back, or even anemia. If it's associated with unusual sweating in the feet, it might be related to an autonomic neuropathy.
In general, we have 3 different kinds of nerves in our bodies. Sensory nerves carry impulses from an area to the brain, so you know when someone is touching you, or if something is hot, cold or painful.
Motor nerves carry impulses in the opposite direction; from the brain to a muscle. If you want to wiggle your toes, an impulse travels from the brain to a muscle, resulting in motion.
The third kind of nerve in the body are autonomic nerves. These nerves control things we don't have control over, like how much your pupils dilate, the rate at which your heart beats, sphincter control, orgasms, "goose bumps, " etc. In the feet and legs, autonomic nerves control the smooth muscle that surrounds arteries, the vessels that carry blood down to our legs. If there is a problem with the autonomic nerves, the arteries can either go into spasm and less blood flows, or they can dilate, causing a rush of blood to an area.
I think your first step is to see your general medical doctor and get some basic neurological tests done to your legs and feet, like tendon reflexes, sharp-dull sensation, vibratory sensation, muscle power and other such tests. This would help focus in on your problem. The next step, assuming there were some abnormalities with the neurological tests, is to have an EMG (electromyography) and an ncv (nerve conduction velocities). There could very well be a link between your restless leg syndrome and that tingling you're feeling.
Hope this helps. Good luck! ...Read more
Does yellow vomit mean anything? I also had sharp tingling pains all over and was sweating a lot and ate only a strawberry that morning. I'm 16.
No: Yellow is a normal color for vomit. I am sorry you are not feeling well. You probably have a viral infection which should go over within a few days. Get well! ...Read more
My father has been having issues with decreased sweating (tingling sensations all over his skin, with little itchy bumps). Ideas for diagnoses?
Neurological causes: head injuries, heat stroke, hysteria, and neurosurgical problems such as guillain-barre syndrome
skin diseases that block sweat glands such as miliaria, contact dermatitis, congenital absence of sweat glands which is hereditary.
Some drugs (antipsychotic drugs used to treat mental disorders)
trauma to sweat glands. ...Read more
After sex a friction burn immediately appeared. 1 week later a few water blisters. Occasional tingling and itching. Lots of sweating. Herpes or not?
Should I go to ER if my glands are swollen a little feeling light headed sweating feel like my heart is beating fast feet and hands tingling and cold?
I will recommend: If the symptoms are new, to stay home hydrate yourself with water and gatorade. And if continue after 24hrs see a physician. If this is more chronic, still go a see a physician for a good history and physical. Ed were design to provide fast, life-or-limb-saving care. But if in doubt go to the nearest er. Only you can decide. ...Read more
I get head rushes fast heartbeats sweating sometimes when I walk I feel unbalanced and sometimes foggy eye vision and tingling in fingers on left hand?
Slow down.: How old are you? How fast are you walking and for what distance before these happens? Raised heart rate and sweating can be normal from exercise. The other signs can be from hyperventilation to cerebral vascular insuffiency, and it is impossible for me to say what exactly they are from without more information. ...Read more
Tight chest, heart pound so fast, left arm feels tingling, dizzy, cold hand and feet, sweating, suddenly stiff at neck & shoulder. Heart attack or anxiety?
Small bump in L. armpit for 3 days. Touching it equals sharp pain. Otherwise pain is dull. Accompanied by night sweats, pain in left elbow & tingling.?
I've had done several test and everything shows normal. I'm always tired, want to sleep a lot, tingling feeling on legs, night sweats getting worst. I don't know what to do or where to get help anymore. Tingling in legs started about 10 years ago, feelin
An idea: Do you possibly have the "restless legs" parasomnia? ...Read more
Light pain and tingling in left calf, occasional chest pains & sweats. CBC and D-dimer negative. Dr examined leg this morning, but now I have a bruise?
I have persistent pins and needle/tingling in hands, fingers and even a little in toes & when occurs I get hot sweats. Tightness in left deltoid also?
Night sweats, sore wrists, tingling in feet, hands feel weak and not often but when I grab something my hand cramps up is this carpal tunnel?
I have been using voxamin. Seazed using it since 4 months. Facing irregular beat excess perspiration and tingling in head. Should I be checked seroton?
Luvox/ fluxoxamine: Serotonin syndrome is not the issue, but if you had a seizure on it, and are on other meds, you need your doctor to have you evaluated by a neurologist, you need a Luvox (fluvoxamine) blood level to see if it is too high, your psychiatrist should check for interactions with other bipolar meds (and I hope you are on at least one anticonvulsant mood stabilizer), and a test for cyp3a4, cyp1a2, cyp 2c19, cyp 2d6. The symptoms that you have are from Luvox (fluvoxamine) toxicity according to a monograph that I read. It recommended that you contact your doctor immediately should any of those symptoms occur. ...Read more
What to do if I'm 53 y/o white female with vice like chest pain, numbness & tingling & perspiration. Cardiolite stress normal. What is going on?
Poss false negative: Cardiolyte stress tests in the best laboratories in the world only have 80% sensitivity. You don't mention if your pain is exertional. That aspect of pain is far more important than the other descriptors you use. You need a coronary angiogram to clear the air. It may be normal. Your pain may not be of cardiac origin. But there is a valid indication here to find out. ...Read more
Get checked...: It would be advisable to see your doctor for this type of symptoms. It could be your thyroid which regulates your metabolism and presents with this type of symptoms. In order to find out you would need blood tests. However, if what you are describing is chills and fever this could be related to an infection and anyway you would need a formal evaluation. If sick go the to emergency department near you ...Read more
Not typical: For stroke but maybe heart attack. Please get checked. ...Read more
This morning I suddenly started Sweating, breathing rapidly then fainting. Woke up totally fine with no symptoms. Should that be worrying?
Evaluation: You should see your doctor to be evaluated and find the cause of problem so you be treated. ...Read more
My average body temp is 35.5C for years and I have excessive sweating that lowers my temp below 35. I feel fine, no symptoms. Should I be worried?
No: If you are feeling fine and no complaints then it is fine. You can get thyroid and other blood tests if you want. ...Read more