Terrible pain, cramping, tingling, numbness in hands, arms, legs and feet.

Evaluation. Any time you have these generalized symptoms you should visit your doctor for an evaluation. This could be from something easy to manage as dehydration to something more complicated as a pinched nerve in the spinal cord. www.otwithmd.com.

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My ANA levels are high I took the lupus test it was at a 5 but I still have pains, tingling, numbness in hands, feet, arms, legs. Told me fibromyalga

Question? I am not sure what you are asking. The ANA is a screening test for lupus but can be seen in numerous other diseases and in people who have no disease. I assume the lupus test you mention is a dna antibody. This test does not have to positive to have lupus. Finally, about 30% of lupus patients also have fibromyalgia. See a rheumatologist if you have not done so already. Read more...

Hello! I've been having cramps in my feet, legs, hands and arms for the past 2-3 weeks along with tingling and numbness. What's your advice?

Have you been. sweating a lot?? Sometimes cramps and paresthesias are from low SODIUM in your body! You need some testing Blood Sodium/Calcium (electrolytes) Contact your PCP (Primary Care Provider) Hope this helps Dr Z. Read more...
Simple or Not. Having cramping, numbness and tingling in all four extremities would best be considered after a thorough exam and evaluation. The symptoms can be caused by a multiple of reasons that must be considered and eliminated. Having these symptoms for only 2-3 weeks does not necessarily mean the underlying cause has not existed longer. Start with a primary care physician, then possibly, a neurologist. Read more...

I think I have damaged my sciatic nerve, I don't know how but I have random tingling and numbness in my feet, legs, arms and hands. Why could this be?

See your doctor. The sciatic nerve is actually a bundle of nerves that starts in the low back and supplies the lower extremities only. Numbness and tingling of both feet, arms, and hands is not consistent with a sciatic condition. See your family doctor or internist to find the cause of your symptoms. Read more...
See below. Damage to your sciatic nerve would not dause arm or hand problems. Read more...

Lightheaded for 3 months now numbness and tingling in arms, legs, feet, hands. No doctor can find anything wrong. I'm terrified! Any advice?

Hmmm. I would need more information, but with the limited info I have, I'd guess either a panic disorder of some kind, so seeing a psychiatrist can help. It could also be a whole range of neurological problems, including vitamin deficiencies, diabetes, or infection. Sometimes, these symptoms can be related to Lyme Disease. Read more...
Depends on workup. No need to be terrified; your taxes are still due on April 15 aren't they? Or are you getting a refund? Are you getting your BILLIONS BACK THIS YEAR? The fact is you're 22, young, & spry & on edge a bit from the sound of things. BREATHE & realize that when doctorS don't find anything then, you may be letting anxiousness get the best of you. Be happy to help: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi. Read more...

Numbness in the tops of both feet (same areas) for over two weeks, very tired, random stabbing pains in arms, legs and tummy and tingling in hands.

Considerations. Based on your description, could consider evolving peripheral neuropathy, but other thoughts could include spinal cord problem such as multiple sclerosis, or even emerging systemic problem. This needs to be sorted out, and a neurologist would be a great place to start. Read more...
See neurologist. You appear to have a systemic neurologic problem which requires the attention of a neurologist. I'd rather not venture a guess at this time. Read more...