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What can cause dizziness, tingling in arms and legs? I notice it gets worse when I worry and am in public. Could this be anxiety or panic attacks?

Yes but more eval. Considering your history of symptoms in public and when feeling worried, it certainly could represent a panic attack. If it increases in frequency and severity, or if you start to experience additional symptoms, you should seek further care for evaluation. There are treatments for panic attacks but other disease processes can present with similar symptoms. . Read more...

For awhile I've had dizziness w/ tingling in arms & legs. MRIs, blood work, etc. Show nothing more than herniated disks. Could panic attacks cause this?

Yes, it is possible. Although a full evaluation sounds warranted, it is possible that panic attacks could cause this. However, specifically with related to the herniated disks, that certainly could cause pain, numbness, tingling, or weakness in the arms and legs. Read more...
Tingling in arms & legs. It very well could be panic attacks due to underlying GAD or OCD. Usually severe pain followed by loss of function of adjacent extremity, (neck=arm;back=leg)+ acute setting indicates cause due to Severe Herniated Disk Also, studies have shown many patients have asymptomatic Herniated Disks. Tingling of arms /legs +dizziness very typical of stress. If panic attacks , therapy +/or medicine helps. Read more...

Can herniated discs cause dizziness, arm/leg tingling? Blood work, nerve tests, MRIs, neuro exams all normal. That was the only Dx neurologists found.

Herniated discs. Disc herniations are a cause arm and leg tingling, but dizziness would not be directly attributable to a herniation. But pain can be described in many ways, so it is possible that your herniation is causing your other symptoms. If it has been over 6 weeks, try an epidural steroid injection. If your dizziness and extremity symptoms improve, then the herniation is likely causing your symptoms. . Read more...