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Tingling Chin Region
Tingling hands so diagnx with axonal polyneuropathy and tendontis/carpel tunnel. What causes these? Now I have tingling chin and lips. Is this serious
Can be serious: Polyneuropathy can have many causes. Most common cause if probably diabetes. Carpal tunnel compression of the median nerve at the wrist can occur independently from the neuropathy. You can try treating the carpal tunnel with a wrist splint. This may help the hands, but if other areas are starting to feel numb, let your doctor know. ...Read more
When I stand up from a laying position I get facial numbness and tingling for about 3-4 minutes what could be causing this I haven't had any injuries?
Severe neck/back pain w/ spasms- neck feels jammed or stuck-constantly popping burning/shooting pains-cant sit/stand 10+ min facial numbness/tingling?
What could cause a tingling sensation in my left arm, hot feeling in the palm, feeling pinky, next finger and thumb are asleep, facial numbness feeling?
Tingling sensation a: Depending on whether the symptoms are abrupt or chronic, the answers are different. It could be a cerebrovascular event such as a stroke, or a combination of problems, facial neuralgia with a cervical radiculopathy. It depends on your medical history. This may be emergent, and it should be worked up immediately by a neurologist. ...Read more
Heart fine but have pain in neck, upper back and chest, facial numbness and tingling in hands and feet, clicking sound when I turn my head. 1year now?
Nondiagnostic: Your symptoms are nondiagnostic and possibly unexplainable by a single disorder. More information is needed. Contact your Physician who will take a thorough history and perform a complete physical examination in order to make a diagnosis. Appropriate tests and probably xrays will be ordered. ...Read more
I have had facial numbness for 4 weeks. Lips and chin. I doe have anxiety and been on benzodiazepine therapy for 6 yrs. With no relief. I?
Rule out fosmn: Facial onset sensorimotor neuronopathy (fosmn) is a recently described neurological syndrome characterized by slow onset of facial sensory abnormalities and subsequent development of motor deficits facial onset sensorimotor neuronopathy (fosmn) is a recently described neurological syndrome characterized by slow onset of facial sensory abnormalities and subsequent development of motor deficits. ...Read more
How long does it take for nerve damage pain to centralize on the brain. Had dental implant 5 months ago & have tingling chin & lip. Need to decide to have surgery now or wait to see if it heals more.
Sounds like: You describe symptoms in the distribution of the mental branch of the trigeminal nerve, and you should report this to your dentist. Might spontaneously resolve over 3-4 weeks, and may represent only a very transient issue. Also, discuss the pace of dental surgery with your dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers