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Waking Up With Numb Hands And Feet
I've been waking up with swollen hands and feet, everywhere actually and numbness in my hands? I can't even wear my rings? What can be going on?
Hi i've been waking up with pain under my feet for a while and its getting worse.Also pain in knees and elbows and have numb hands all the time.Help?
An EMG/NCS: Is a test that can help determine the cause of your issues. I would visit a rehab doctor. Your doctor can also give you a lot of insight concerning your joints hurting. ...Read more
My feet & hands are swelling in the night I'm waking up and my hands are numb swollen I can't feel them.feet severe pain walking hurt bad. pls advise?
Nerve pain is due to a cause. I would start with a doctor check up and labs. Peripheral neuropathy could be caused by diabetes, deficiency of B12 and Folic Acid, reduced kidney function, arthritis or other.
The causes are treatable with oral medication. The pain will only get worse without treatment. ...Read more
I have tingling/numbness in my throat. Feels like when your hand/foot falls asleep and then is waking up. What could cause this?
When i sleep/lay down, my hands go numb. After waking my fingers dont open and close properly but eventually return to normal by mid day. (Although there is joint pain)
Also, my feet go numb. I have pain in my left foot and ankle.
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You need to see MD: The symptoms you describe are clearly not normal. The potential causes are numerous, and if not identified may result in significant medical problems ranging from loss of function and joint destruction to even cardiac issues. This can't be diagnosed via Internet. Make an appointment to see a doc ASAP. ...Read more
Unusual: It would be unusual to experience this in a warm shower as this would bring more blood to your hands/feet. So if doing cold showers: stop. It may be what is called small vessel disease (pad), may be related to a collagen vascular disease and there are a few. Look them up. See internist who will start with blood work. ...Read more
Hi I'm 22 for the last week IV had a deep pain in back of my knee shooting pains and numb hands and feet I'm a bit scared please help!
I wake every day with numb hands and feet. Then it changes to pins and needles, then the feeling comes back. Should I have this checked?
If never checked-yes: If these symptoms've never been looked at by a doctor then, I think having a work up to check for some simple things makes perfect sense. Gives you a chance to say hello to a doctor who you probably haven't seen in awhile which is good once in a while, even for a youngster of 32! LOL.....maybe a little bloodwork just to be sure everything's good (Vit. B12, D, folate, (folic acid) thyroids, etc). Cheers! ...Read more
For the past 9 months I've woken up with numb hands and feet. My hands are so numb that i can't fully open or close them. My feet are numb as well. When i get up to walk it's like my feet and legs don't function. I've learned that if i sit up for a minute
My 90 year-old dad has numb hands and feet, large nobby painful bumps on hands. Stubbed toe won't heal and is black. Won't go to doctor - ideas?
My rheumatoid factor was negative. Severe joint pain and morning stiffness with numb hands and feet. Should I now be concerned about lupus?
Rheumatoid arthritis: A negative rheumatoid factor does not rule out rheumatoid arthritis. Of course, the differential should include autoimmune diseases, postviral syndromes or metabolic diseases, thyroid specifically, given your history. Talk to your doctor about the next step in managing your symptoms. ...Read more
Few causes: A systemic disease like diabetes. Side effects of certain medications or chemotherapy treatments.. One can have carpal tunnel in the hands and tarsal tunnel in the feet. There can be herniated discs in the spine irritating the nerves to the distal extremites. This is a condition that warrants a doctor's visit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible neuropathy: You may possess a mild developing peripheral neuropathy, but you may also have a hereditary sensitivity to pressure palsies, which means transient compression of nerves by certain positions like leaning elbow or crossing legs. There are other possibilities, but the intermittent symptoms suggest a benign condition. Have your doctor assess and examine. ...Read more
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