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Tingling Toes In Early Pregnancy
My arms are going numb and tingling a lot. I'm 21 weeks and I had this with my first two pregnancies. What causes it?
Arm numbness: Sounds like carpel tunnel syndrome. It is fairly common in pregnancy due to swelling in the hands. It is caused by compression of a nerve as it passes from the wrist into the hand. Often worse in the dominant hand but can be in both hands. Can wake you up at night when the hands feel like they are "asleep". Will likely go away after delivery. Try wearing thumb spica splints at night. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Depends on cause: The underlying cause should be diagnosed and then addressed. Often there is a neuropathic cause which can arises from many things. See podiatrist. ...Read more
Neuropathy: Is possible. Nerves in lower extremities are most commonly affected. Many causes, but most common is diabetes, so have your doctor check it out. It can be simple as shoes that are too tight. Or it can be early sign of neurologic disease, such as muscular dystrophy. So a careful neurologic exam and blood tests might be necessary here. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tingling: It could mean an entrapment , but you don't say if this is better or worse than before surgery . Or if it is a new symptom. See your surgeon for any and all questions and concerns. ...Read more
Hi my right toe is numb and tingling has been for around 4 months tried to ignore and it's got worse what can it be?
Radiculopathy: Must know if this is a big toe or 2nd through 5th. If the great toe, toe has normal color, circulation, not swollen/blue/black, could be sensory nerve in the lumbar spine, L4 or L5. If toe dark colored, swollen, blue or worse black, could be arterial embolus. Consider neuropathic process like diabetes although other types also. Need to have MD examine your foot. No good diagnosis without exam. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I've got a tingling prickly sensation in my toes and feet usually after exercising but occurs more often now. What should I do?
See below.: Try more supportive wide shoes and inserts. If this does not help, see podiatrist. ...Read more
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