you need to see somebody about it.....dont blow it off. Could be simple like a metabolic issue with Na Ca or Mg but, could be a moderate issue like Carpal tunnel syndrome or signs of hyperinsulemia.....or it could be cervical myelopathy from cord compression. Never mess around with this symptom. Get it evaluated son.
im not trying to freak you out, and im not at all implying that what is going on with you is what was going on with me, but thats exactly the first symptom that got me on a path that ended with a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. it started in my fingertips, and for about a week i thought i had a pinched nerve. but it kept spreading and getting worse until my hands and chest were totally numb and i had numbness and tingling going up my arms. finally my husband forced me to call my PCP. because of the length of time from the onset of sx, i was seen the next day. a simple, inexpensive blood test showed that my CRP was about 50 mg/L.
im just saying that those sx could be nothing, or could be everything and deserve to be checked out. you dont have to immediately go in for a T3 MRI, but i think that it would be worth your $$ to ask your PCP for a bit of bloodwork.
I got this same feeling after eating too many raw, cruciferous vegetables. My theory was that the goitrogens were causing an iodine deficiency. Once I switched to cooked veggies instead of raw, the feelings went away.
Could be a repetitive stress injury. These injuries are often part psycogenic but, if you think this could be your problem, it's worth laying off for a bit (e.g., limit typing, blackberry use, etc). If it doesn't get better, you should a doctor -- neurologist or other relevant specialist.
It's called Paresthesia.There are lots of possible causes, I think you might have hypocalcaemia due to magnesium supplementation but not vitamin D supplementation.
There are tons of possible causes, you can look at the wikipedia article. Hypocalcaemia is, for some weird reason, not on the list, but Paresthesia is mentioned as a symptom in the wikipedia article about hypocalcaemia.
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