Light headed with dizzy numbness in fingers?

Hyperventilation? Hyperventilation could cause such symptoms but you need evaluation with a physician for a complete history and physical.

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I 'am on warfin and have been feeling funny lately weak, light headed numbness in fingers my INR level is suppose to be between a 2~ 3 last week?

?medication. It sounds as though you are getting the right amount of warfarin. Your symptoms are concerning though. I would recommend that you seek medical attention right away. Read more...
Warfarin. Yoif you had a pulmonary embolus keeping in therapeutic range is very important. If you now have those symptoms you note you might have more problems with clotting. Please get attention asap and be sure in the future you work with your health care staff to keep that inr where it belongs. Read more...

Sudden arm & finger numbness. Locked up on me. Felt it coming on but could not stop it. Was super dizzy. Help me?

First if you were . Dizzy and had sudden arm pain and numbness you must seek attention as this could be referred symptoms such as angina or a visceral issue heart liver etc left arm symptom are associated with cardiac issues however if it was just anxiety related due to your onset of symptoms that is different but dizzy and arm pain warrants an evaluation call your pcp. Read more...
Emergency room. You need emergent evaluation by a health care professional. There is a long list of possibilities most of which are harmless, but it is the dangerous diagnosis that you need to be urgently evaluated for. Read more...

What could be cauing the numbness and tingling in my face I get headacks almost every day. But today was different I started out with one I stood up and got dizzy and about ten min. Later my face felt numb and my face was tingling and felt light headed.

It . It is is numb and tingly on one side, you could have had a cardiovascular accident, and if that is the case, i recommend being seen at the er now. Read more...
Some . Some people with daily headaches have migraine, and some people with migraine have symptoms of numbness (called sensory aura), weakness (called motor aura), or vision disturbance (called visual aura). A diagnosis of migraine with aura requires a pattern of similar headaches in the past. When a typical migraine headache becomes associated with a new symptom, such as numbness, the most likely diagnosis is probably still migraine with aura (provided that no other explanation is found), but the most serous diagnosis could be stroke. Stroke is either bleeding into the brain or lack of blood supply to part of the brain. It is important to get possible stroke symptoms checked, because sometimes small stroke symptoms predict bigger strokes. The chance that the new symptom represents stroke depends on risk factors including history of previous strokes, high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol problems, smoking, other recreational drug use, obesity, family history of stroke, age, and gender. Read more...
To . To add to what dr fowler and dr kolb said, some migraine headaches are associated with strokes, that is brain infarcts or death of brain tissue due to loss of blood supply to a particular area. Your symptom description is worrisome for some kind of cerebrovascular problem associated, in this case, with your headaches, and so you need to see a phyisican, preferably a neurologist, promptly. If you were standing here telling me this story i would walk you to the emergency room, but given that we are exchanging messages through avvo on the web, perhaps you are past the immediate emergency. Nevertheless do not delay in getting an appointment to see someone. Read more...

Feeling weak light headed chills some numbness in extremities somewhat dizzy warm and flushed no aparant fever pale in color some lower left bacpain

Early viral illness? Having aches, pains, chills, light-headedness, etc..., can be evaluated by a primary care doctor. Such symptoms can be due to infections, auto-immune disorders, medication effects, etc... The doctor will want details on how the symptoms came about, any medications used, any travel to local or foreign places, any bug bites, any ill visitors, sports/work activities, etc... Blood tests may be done. Read more...
Lots of Symptoms. Your symptoms may or may not be related to each other. You need someone to examine you and clarify each symptom. A family doctor or internist might be a good choice. Read more...

I cut my finger yesterday at about 2 pm and it bleed quit a bit, and ever sence I've been really dizzy and light headed!

Breath into a bag. Sight of my own blood makes me dizzy too! Usually one can lose one unit/pint of blood/ 450 cc & be OK, as in donating blood at the blood bank. Can' t imagine you lost more than that yesterday from your finger. More importantly, how deep is the cut, [may be too late for stitches by now.] Did you keep the cut clean? and do continue to monitor for signs of infection,^warmth, redness, & pain. Read more...

Cause? Joints (fingers, shoulders, hip, knees) hurt for year+. Light headed, dizziness, losing hair are other problems. ANA negative. WBC 4.7 RBC 3.86

RA. RA often has negative tests. Your age puts you in the danger zone. Careful x-rays of your SI joints & hands may help. Your response to NSAIDs should be positive but not a cure. Look for bumps on the leg and sides of the fingers You are a bit anemic so check the reason for that. That may give us a hint. Iritis is often associated. RA has many cousins like lupus, , psoriatic and other arthritides. Read more...