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Migraine left side of head and face numb and tingly left arm and leg. Migraine gone. Next day back, just temple on right side. Tugging feeling left heel, burning spot back of lower leg. Gone in a min.

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Dr. Diane Minich
Family Medicine
5 doctors agree

In brief: See your doctor or

neurologist asap to get your migraines reevaluated as they are becoming more complex.

In brief: See your doctor or

neurologist asap to get your migraines reevaluated as they are becoming more complex.
Dr. Diane Minich
Dr. Diane Minich
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Dr. Salomon Kramer
Age? meds? Need a lot more info to properly answer but you will need a CT or MRI of your brain to rule out a more significant problem than migraine headache. Get to your family doc and then if no answers, to Neurologist asap.
Dr. Ellen Altenburg
Pediatrics
3 doctors agree

In brief: See MD

Complex migraines can cause the head and numbness in your arm/legs.
The bulging disc can cause the "tugging feeling in your heel" and burning leg pain. Sounds like you need to discuss this with your physician for management.

In brief: See MD

Complex migraines can cause the head and numbness in your arm/legs.
The bulging disc can cause the "tugging feeling in your heel" and burning leg pain. Sounds like you need to discuss this with your physician for management.
Dr. Ellen Altenburg
Dr. Ellen Altenburg
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Dr. David Houghton
Internal Medicine & Pediatrics
2 doctors agree

In brief: May not be migraine

Migraines can sometimes cause neurologic symptoms in other parts of the body that can mimic a mini-stroke (TIA).
But it's important to rule out more dangerous causes like aneurysm or tumor. CT or MRI of the brain, and possibly a CTA or MRA to look for aneurysms, is probably needed. See a doctor as soon as possible.

In brief: May not be migraine

Migraines can sometimes cause neurologic symptoms in other parts of the body that can mimic a mini-stroke (TIA).
But it's important to rule out more dangerous causes like aneurysm or tumor. CT or MRI of the brain, and possibly a CTA or MRA to look for aneurysms, is probably needed. See a doctor as soon as possible.
Dr. David Houghton
Dr. David Houghton
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