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Tingling In Toe
Wife completed 6 weeks of Taxol (paclitaxel) and she is having tingling in toes and fingers. What should we do?
Get a prescription: I have found metanx which is a prescription "medical food" containing l-methylfolate (a suped up folic acid, b6 and b 12) to be very effective at reversing this effect. [sometimes, i take blood work to check vitamn b6, B12 levels before prescribing so not to give too much) highly effective treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Got a bite on hip flexor area purple discoloration extending proximal local inflamed red bite tingling in toes?
Have lower back pain when I bend forwards towards my toes or to pick something up, do have minor tingling in toes at times possibly herniated disc?
I noticed about 15 minutes ago that my right outer thigh is swelling (looks like big bulge) and my leg is beginning to go numb and tingling to toes.
Leg pain when walk. Only one leg. Pain is side of leg that runs down to toes.lower back pain. All this after working out . Tingling in toes. ?
Consider: Although could be very benign, such as strain/sprain; the description suggests a potential nerve compression in lower back, such as might be seen secondary to disc disruption. Would have your doctor evaluate this, and would place exercise currently on hold as potential for worsening if your work out injured you. ...Read more
Flu shot 2 weeks ago;no weakness;off&on tingling fingers/toes but that's not new; ankles and tops of feel less feeling than shins but not numb. Sound ok?
If: Your not diabetic but more details is needed and suggest it be examined. ...Read more
Can a small bump that feels like it's in the vein running down the shin be blood clot? Feeling warmth and a bit of tingling in toes periodically
Surface cord: The bump you feel could be a clot within a superficial vessel. These may cause pain and some redness, but rarely are the source of emboli to other organs. As a marker of a potential clotting disorder, it might bear evaluation to be sure there is no risk of deep vessel clots or a systemic disease that is creating the susceptibility. ...Read more
Solgar v formula multi vitamins which contain 75mg B6 i took for10 months i now have experienced tingling in toes legs arms is this dose too high?
Most likely not: Vitamin b6 can cause neurological changes like paresthesias, but not usually with doses under 200 mg/day. These also dissipate when the dosing is stopped. If you're concerned about the amount of b6 in your vitamin, you could stop it for several weeks to see how or if your symptoms change. Please work with your doctor on this, since more evaluation may be needed. ...Read more
Soreness in calf and shin numbness tingling in toes no bruises or bumps no color change didn't do anything strenuous going on 2 days should I go to er?
ER is not necessary: This sounds like radiculopathy vs. a peripheral neuropathy. Seeing a Neurologist or PMR MD can distinguish using a EMG test. Treatment would include a possible neuropathic pain medication and/or therapy as well as evaluation via MRI for any changes in your spine. While a clot is a remote consideration, this can be evaluated by your primary care MD via Duplex US or the specialists noted. ...Read more
Laptop fell on my foot from a height of 3.5 ft. I have swelling and bruising around the impacted spot and numbness and tingling in toes. I have pain and I walk with a limp; it is also cold. Could my foot be fractured?
I have confusion, memory loss, dizzyness, muscle jerks, metallic ammonia smell, tingling in toes and fingers, cold sweaty hands and mood swings?
See MD: Without background, hard to say more. This may occur with excess exercise & inadequate hydration, especially with associated anorexia/bulimia, or excess dieting. Regardless, it can be serious as associated electrolyte imbalances are dangerous (catabolic ketosis). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Numbness and tingling in toes and feet I have been suffering from a cookie cutter shape of numbness on the outer edge of my left foot including the last two toes for over 6 months. Neurologist said everything was good in a nerve connection test. Numbness
Routine : Routine nerve conduction tests don't check every nerve in the feet. If symptoms are related to the intensity of repetitive activity, such as walking, they may be caused by compression of smaller branch nerves that are not routinely tested by most neurologists. These nerves are frequently affected by footwear that doesn't fit as well as it should. In some cases, nerves anywhere from the spine down to the toes can get temporarily stretched or pinched in ways that are only apparent when the posture (such as being upright) or activity (such as walking) is occurring, and not in the usually lying and still position used in most tests. A podiatrist, a doctor who specializes in only the feet, may be a good place to get information and recommendations. ...Read more