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How long does it take for amitriptyline to work for pins and needles/tingling sensation on foot.

How long does it take for amitriptyline to work for pins and needles/tingling sensation on foot.

Up to several weeks: Symptoms of neuropathy often occur in what is called a “stocking and glove” distribution, meaning the symptoms are most pronounced in your hands where you would wear a glove, or your feet and ankles where you would wear stockings. Some of the symptoms may include:numbness and a decreased sensation to touch”pins and needles” sensations-tingling, burning, cold intolerance.Meds ami. Takes several wks. ...Read more

Dr. Bennett Machanic
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Tingling (Definition)

Tingling is a pins and needle like sensation anywhere on the body. May also be termed paresthesia. Can experience when elbow is bumped (funny bone), or even from frostbite. On its own, unlikely significant but may be part of nerve pathology from ...Read more


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Wart removed from bottom of foot 3months ago, it grew back.Still hurts when touched, now theres a tingling sensation through foot and toes.What is this?

Wart removed from bottom of foot 3months ago, it grew back.Still hurts when touched, now theres a tingling sensation through foot and toes.What is this?

Warts: It is a big problem. You try to remove the, spray them , kill them but yes, most of them regrow. And they can go deeper to put pressure on the nerves and cause pain on pressure or that numb , tingling sensation. Talk to your doctor and you can be sent either to a dermatologist or a podiatrist to see if they can remedy that. ...Read more

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Since going to chiro, I have very mild to tingling sensation on one foot. Not constant. He adjusted mid-upper back. Did he cause nerve entrapment?

Since going to chiro, I have very mild to tingling sensation on one foot. Not constant. He adjusted mid-upper back.
Did he cause nerve entrapment?

Not likely: It would be unusual that a midback (thoracic) adjument would cause tingling in the foot (lower lumbar or sacral nerve root). I would suggest you get a MRI done to evaluate your lumbar spine ...Read more

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I get dizzy spells about once a week and a tingling sensation in right foot/leg that lasts several hours- what could the problem be?

I get dizzy spells about once a week and a tingling sensation in right foot/leg that lasts several hours- what could the problem be?

Possible hypotensive: More than likely periods of transient low blood pressure, slowing the blood flow to the center of your brain providing sensation to the leg area. Other possibilities include mini seizure activity. Doubt little strokes. These don't tend to re-occur without a completed stroke. Would definitely see neurologist. ...Read more

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Sprained my ankle 2 weeks ago (xray no fractures) doing RICE religiously ..tingling sensation in my foot ...normal healing process or nerve damage?

Both: It is likely a temporary nerve injury known as neuropraxia. It can take several weeks to several months for this to resolve completely. But usually if you have at least some sensation in the area this will eventually resolve. ...Read more

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Why do I have this tingling sensation in my left foot after getting up from prolonged lying and I have difficulty walking due to pain in the ankle?

Why do I have this tingling sensation in my left foot after getting up from prolonged lying and I have difficulty walking due to pain in the ankle?

Varies: There are a number of possibilities, I would not hesitate to be seen. Tarsal tunnel syndrome is just one possibility. This is a condition in which a nerve is entrapped in the foot/ankle and can cause ankle pain and a pain that radiates into the toes. Don't hesitate to be seen. ...Read more

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What causes a sensation of tingling in the feet?

Many things: Including things that have nothing to do with the feet, like a pinched nerve in the lower back or leg. If both feet tingle, this may be a symptom of an underlying problem like diabetes, anemia or something else. I'd start with seeing your pmd who can recommend an appropriate specialist after an initial work-up. Feel better! ...Read more