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Frequent urination with tingling sensation in limbs. What should I do to get relief?

Hi, I have been experiencing frequent urination , lethargy and tingling in my limbs for the past two weeks. I had a light snack a short while ago and awoke feeling dehydrated and dizzy. I also experienced a tingling sensation in all four of my limbs. I would like to know whether I should visit my nearest hospital or wait to consult my GP later in the week. Thanks, Jordan
Asked On : Fri, 11 Jan 2013
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Thanks a lot and i am a neurologist responding to you
First of all i would like to convey you that a given set of medical symptoms can be due to various causes and the out come of a case largely depends upon the cause. For example, headache can be due to migrain, brain tumor, stroke in the brain, brain infection etc.
Similary, bac to your symptoms that is tingling sensation of all four limbs can be due to
1. Peripheral nerve related problem- which can be known after a detailed neurological assessment by a neurophysician. If there are clinical evidence of peripjheral nerve problem, you will need a tes called as nerve conduction test, which will establish the diagnosis. Based upon the types of nerve problem , a neurologist can decide what exact tretment is required. Note that peripheral neuropathy can be due to diabetes, thyroid problem, autoimmune problems and treatment depends upon the cause
2. The second possibility, as you have tinglig sensation of all four limbs with frequent urination, is a possibility of spinal cord problem which can be identified after a MRI scan of the spine. if MRI shows some problem we can decide and guide you the trweatment accordingly
Your urinary complaints can be due to prostate related problem or urinary infection also
Istrongly advise you to undergo a neurological check up and your neurologist will guide you as i listed above
Hope this clarifies
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