Left foot tingles. No leg weakness or tingling in leg. Only in foot. Been like this for a week. Vitamin defiecency? Ms? What could it be?

Abnormal nerve. Neuropathy is a condition resulting from abnormal nerve function. Neuropathy can be due to certain vitamin deficiencies, nerve damage due to trauma, alcohol consumption, radiation, side effects of certain medications, or due to certain medical conditions such as diabetes. Treatment varies depending on the cause of the problem. Have it evaluated and appropriately treated.

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Left foot tingles when I lay down. Sometime when I sit. Rarely when I walk. It's been like this for a couple weeks. Ms? Legs fine, arms and hands fine

Anything is possible. But ms would be lower on the list of possibilities. Get eval to know for sure. Good luck. Read more...
Not MS. Rather you have issue with lower back or peripheral nerve in leg. See your doctor, as EMG and MRI should answer the questions. Read more...

A wk ago I sat for 5 hrs crosslegged, with some pain especially near the end. The bottom of my foot is still tingling and feel lower leg weakness?

Nerve issue. It sounds like your position may have put pressure on part of your sciatic nerve. Give it a few weeks. If it doesn't improve, may want to have it checked by a Chiropractor. . Read more...

2 years ago I was on Zyprexa. It caused tingling in my lower legs and feet when walking. Climbing up & downstairs I had leg weakness. Guillain-Barre?

Very Unlikely. The reports of Zyprexa causing Guillan Barre Syndrome a serious neurological condition is highly suspect and unlikely in my opinion.And you are talking of having taken Zyprexa 2 years ago and was never diagnosed with this serious condition and your symptoms of leg weakness and tingling are so non specific.I will say it is highly unlikely.If you have any symtoms now consult a neurologist. Read more...

Went to GP with slight tingling in left leg. He dismissed MS because I showed no other symptoms. Chalked it up as compressional neuropathy. Now my feet are burning, especially when I sit, they feel like they're on fire. Could that still be caused by compr

Yes. It could be due to that, But it also could be due to diabetes, heavy metal poisoning and other nutritional deficiencies. I think you need to return or see another doctor for a complete workup including labs and possibly an imaging study on your back. Read more...
See neurologist. You might have bilateral tarsal tunnel syndrome if nerves are trapped at ankle, but far more likely is the presence of a peripheral neuropathy, which needs attention to uncover cause and control your symptoms. Read more...

I have recently been diagnosed with MS. I have been on Gilenya (fingolimod) for 8 months. I have tingling in my legs and my left ankle hurts when I walk too much. It has been like this for 8 months. Will it ever go away?

Ans. In my experience most likely not. There are more medication choices for ma in today's medicine. Go back to your neulogist. Talk to him and see if there is another choice of medication for you . Read more...
Wax and wane. The difficult part of dealing with MS is that it has variable courses. Some wax and wane quickly and progressively, while others barely notice they are ill. To help you, I think we should focus on what makes the nerve pain better for you, whether its a hot bath, or gabapentin. I would suggest going to see a DO regarding naturopathic herbal support as well. It's frustrating-best to act holistly. Read more...
Prognosis is good. First, am pleased to see that your neurologist has acted pre-emptively, and has used a potent and effective medication. Would advise you to also take Vit D supplements. The left ankle pain is likely within joint and maybe secondary to prior weakness, but could be caused by small fracture and needs X-ray. Physical therapy can provide a path to improvement. Work closely with your neurologist. Read more...

Hi, I am having paresthesia in my left foot for 5 months... Is it MS?? I am 21 years old female. Few days ago I felt pain in both my legs

Nerve impingement. can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging. It can cause muscle spasm and back pain. Prevention treatment is always recommended. See interventional pain management specialist for definitive diagnosis and management. MS can be ruled out by MRI. Read more...
Highly doubtful. Would search for nerve pinching over left medial ankle, called tarsal tunnel syndrome. Other nerve issues should be considered also. MS means MULTIPLE, you have one focal issue at this point. Read more...