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Tingling Feet Hands Pseudotumor
No: Tingling of feet and back pain usually neurologic due to lumbar/sacral nerve roots entraped to give symptoms. Cervix Ca would start with vaginal bleeding and eventual ulceration thru anterior/posterior vagina to invade bladderand rectum. GB would produce rt. upper abdominal pain. Neurologic exam in order ...Read more
29y/o F. Numbness/tingling feet rt hand. Feet cold burning. upper arm ache to elbow. labs/mri/emg normal. Mild degenerative disc/ iron10. Flagyl X2 bv?
Numbness normal MRI: The fact that MRI/EMG is normal is good news.Did they check thyroid? glucose? sed rate,ANA(autoimmune issues)? lyme titer? Could be reflux or H pylori, low iron Vit D, B12 , magnesium, potassium calcium, supplement if low. Check diet: Vegetarian(vit deficiency)?Do you have discomfort with eating(, may be malabsorping)?. Do fingers turn purple? Could be Raynauds. F/U with doctor/urgent care ...Read more
I have history of pseudotumor cerebri. Past few days have had nausea, terrible backache and some tingling in feet that comes and goes.
Get checked: Pseudotumor cerebri is a condition where there is an increase in the fluid/pressure around brain/spine. Can be caused by several things. Increasing pressure can cause headaches, backaches, nausea, vision changes. Birth control pills can be one of the causes. Contact your MD have this checked out soon. ...Read more
Many causes: Paresthesias can be due to many reasons including diabetic neuropathy, nerve compression, systemic disease, vitamin deficiency, and alcoholism. If the tingling becomes more bothersome or you experience new symptoms, see your primary care physician. Take a detailed account of these episodes (timing, duration, associated factors, etc). http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003206.htm ...Read more
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