I occasionally feel like there are pinpricks in my legs. I am female, 51, and in otherwise excellent health. I work out 5x a week, maintain my weight at 120 (65 ) and eat overall very healthy. I do ...
i have been having sharp pinprick sensations in various parts of my body, on my arm , on my thigh .... for a while i have had pins and needle feeling in my right shoulder blade. It s making me a little worried ...
to 150mg twice a day. Pain now gone but I still have numbness, pins and needles and an odd feeling ... and at the time went through a lot of pain in my left leg and advised they had probably aggravated a nerve. I ...
I have had an itchy pricking (almost stabbing ) rash on my shoulder , stomach and legs for months ... not taken any for so long. I also have b12 injections every three months. There is a tiny pin hole on my leg ...
Hi I woke up with a dead leg from the thigh down what could of caused this? it was completely numb then I got the pins and needles when feeling started to return and a rush of heat through my leg now i m ...
Hi and thanks for posting.
Leg scars cause no harm unless for esthetic purposes. The best thing to do is to feel comfortable even with the scar. If you really want to germ rid of it, then an exam followed by maybe medical or surgical treatment may be the next option to consider depending on its size and nature.
Hope it helps and wish you well.
Dr. Ditah, MD
why does your leg get numb when you get a pinched nerve in your lower back? Is the circulation cut off of my leg or something??
Thanks for your query. Nerves conduct pain and other sensations to the brain, which perceives them. A compressed nerve fails to transmit these sensations to the brain. Hence you feel that your leg is numb or, may 'pins and needles' sensation if the nerve is irritated by compression. It has nothing to do with circulation.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
Why do my hands/arms always feel like they are swollen even though they arent? This is most notable in the morning.
It is because of the stasis of the blood in the legs while you are asleep. Do a workout in the morning as you wake up.
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