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Tingling sensation in hands when startled. Pricking sensation when kids fall down. Itching, headaches, fatigue. Reason?

Lately I have been getting a tingling sensation in both hands when I get startled. If somebody cuts me off while driving or when one of my kids fall down and I get nervous both my hands feel like needles are poking them. It is so weird. also, I have been experiencing tenderness to the touch. I will have an itch on my leg, arm , or back and when I scratch it and apply a little pressure it feels like I am bruised. I ve noticed that if I just apply a little pressure around my ribs they feel bruised as well. I constantly have headaches and feel fatigued.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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You have not mentioned your age, weight and since how long you are experiencing these symptoms. With the mentioned complaints it seems that your autonomic arousal is more pronounced and you appeared to be anxious most of the time, you have also mentioned some somatic complaints. I would suggest you to take SSRI (Escitalopram 10 mg) and Anxiolytics (Clonazepam 0.25mg) at bed time.
Answered: Wed, 24 Jul 2013
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