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Have electrical sensation after muscle spasam. No medication till now. What could be this?

Hello, Lately seems after a muscle spasam that lasted a while I now have electrical sensations when I use my left are in some certain way such as just now I washed my kitchen floor on my hands and knees and I stretch the left arm to rest on it while reaching with the other to clean or at the gym and I am pushing on a priece of equipment forward with my arms working my abs I feel it then too, I am sitting on this piece of equipment. I don't remember the machines name? What the heck could it be DR. ? Thanks you, Kathy
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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The feeling of electrical sensation after a muscle spasm is due to a nerve fiber irritation in the area. This could be related to a mild vitamin B12 deficiency. taking proper supplements will help in reducing the symptoms.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal ,
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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