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Left calf feels little numb but no pain, tingling sensation, twitches at times. Any ideas ?

I have a odd feeling in my left calf . It kind of feels a little numb but no pain at all. i feels wierd when i walk but i walk properly, i can run, jump rope and train without any problem. Sometimes there is a tingling sensation and i get twitches. There is no loss of muscle mass, or loss of coordination or loss of strength At other times i get twitches on other body parts like my abs. Its really annoying and kinda stressful, I get the twiches when i sit at my pc and when i go to bed. Oh and i am 26 years old. Can you help me please?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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Muscle twitches are benign irregular spontaneous muscle contractions which usually subside on their own without any treatment. Stress and anxiety aggravates these. You can have vitamin B complex supplements and electrolyte rich fluids for 3 weeks to reduce their frequency.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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