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Tingling In Feet After Eating
I've recently been feeling tingling in my feet. my moms diabetic I took one of her tests today two hours after eating and it was177 what does that mean?
Get examined: Though the 177 you report sounds high two hours after eating its impossible to know the real significance since you didn test yourself in a truly fasting state. Doing a fingerstick a couple hours after a meal useful for people who already have a diagnosis of diabetes. You don't want to diagnose yourself strictly on that test result. I think an examination by a physician or neurologist would be appropriate. ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Burning and tingling in legs, feet, arms, and hands worse after eating chocolate. What could this be?
Neuropathy maybe: You will need a workup for your symptoms to include labs looking at kidney and thyroid function, sugar status, electrolytes, other vitamin and nutritional levels such as B12, folate, Vit. D, Calcium, Magnesium. Chocolate is causing an adverse reaction in your body not necessarily allergic. Look at this link: http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/f/food_additive_adverse_reaction_chocolate/intro.htm ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Are you a: Diabetic? If not, do you have other symptoms or diabetes like frequent thirst and urination? I ask because tingling in the feet is a common complaint of diabetics, and if you associate that with eating, it could be a spike in your blood sugar is responsible. Go first to your pmd, get some blood work and get checked out. There are other causes, but this is one of the more common. Good luck! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
Taking 1000mcg sublingual B12 and 14mg iron for last 5 days. after taking within a hour getting tingling in feet and hands. lasts all day. b12?
I increased my dose crestor from 5 to10mg then I started having numbness and tingling in feet and hands. How long for it to resolve after stopping ?
Can I have fatigue and headaches after stopping hrt? And numbness and tingling in feet no diabetes or bad circulation and no blood clots.
Not necessarily: Tingling in the feet could mean neuropathy (nerve damage) from a lot of different reasons. Back pain, radiculopathy, alcoholism, syphillis, leprosy, etc could all cause neuropathy. Also, nerve impingement at the foot itself from swelling or trauma could cause tingling. If you are concerned about diabetes, best to get your blood sugar checked. Hope this helps! ...Read moreGet help from a doctor now ›
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