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... I would highly suggest that you do have that MRI.There has to be some sort of reason for your tingling.this could something wrong in your c spine or even the brain.An MRI would at least be able to rule in or rule out spinal cord problems in most cases.Having a neg nerve conduction study really does not mean that you do not have something wrong somewhere.That just tells you... (4 replies)
... For the past few months I've been experiencing fluttery, tingling sensations like a light buzz of electricity in my fingers and toes, (many times daily) as well as occasionally in my lips and tongue. I saw a neurologist recently, and he did a test to see if my nerve pathways were interrupted. Turns out, I'm in great shape in that area. No problems. So he basically said my... (4 replies)
... Also tingling occasionally in toes. ... (5 replies)

... numbness in my fingers and toes. Everyday it has progressively gotten worse. Both hands and feet are now numb. ... (23 replies)
... Ferrous metals are or contain iron and are magnetic. Mercury is considered non-ferrous, meaning it would be unaffected by magnets (and an MRI.) As for getting metal in the eye, this happened to me a couple years ago. While grinding a ferrous metal I did get some in my eye, despite wearing protective eyewear, and had to visit an emergency room. The doctor stated he believed he... (4 replies)
... Not really sure about all of your questions.The best thing would be to actually talk with a radiologist at the place where you would go if you had one done,ask your doc to tell you.Or you can always opt for a CT it is totally non reactive to anything, really.It would give you a start at least.it is not however quite as good as having an MRI.i would thing that they would be... (4 replies)
... Thanks for the replies! I guess I am being a little paranoid about the MRI. It's just that on the form I had to fill out at the neurologist it asked: Have you EVER had metal in your eye? I worked on a construction site for about 3 years, and remember getting something in my eye several times. So I'm a little scared that there might be some little piece of metal in my eye... (4 replies)
... Does anyone have any thoughts on this.For last 2 weeks have had numbness and tingling down both arms to fingers and down both legs to toes.This started after second epideral.Have been waiting for a week for NS to call with appointment.PM Doc faxed papers to him week ago. ... (5 replies)
Surgery or not
Jun 26, 2013
... I have not had any tingling like you described. Most of my tingling has been in fingers and toes. ... (13 replies)
... toes, and my left leg feels numb from the knee down. My hands and fingers sometimes go numb when I type a lot. Weakness in both arms...fatigue, headaches.....right wrist and elbow pain. No bladder problems etc. ... (3 replies)
... Is there a weakness or numbness or tingling sensation? ... (4 replies)
... I am a normally healthy 44 yo, don't smoke or drink. Over the past few years, have had some weird symptoms my doc wasn't sure were related. I have all over body cramps--toes, top of feet, back, hands, fingers, muscles along my rib cage. In the past two months, and it is getting worse, my face, lips, scalp has started to go numb and tingle. My shoulders hurt and I get... (1 replies)
... been numb for several years due to a lumbar herniation and resulting surgery, numbness seems much worse now in toes, ball of foot and ankle on right. Two middle fingers on right hand numb and tingling for a couple of months. ... (6 replies)
... Could you be a little more specific about the arm and leg pain? Which sides, which parts of the arm/leg (outside, inside, etc), which fingers and/or toes (if not all)? Is the pain shooting, or more steady, sharp or more of an ache? What about non-pain symptoms... clumsiness, loss of dexterity, tingling, numbness? What's the specialty of the doc who looked at the MRI and... (8 replies)
... irrelevant. Pain means the nerve is working and they don't operate for pain. But signs that a nerve is in danger of dying such as numbness, pins and needles, and tingling along with weakness in the affected muscles ...that needs attention. ... (3 replies)
Neck pain
Oct 8, 2011
... thru c6. I had cortizone shots, Chriopractor visits, PT and nothing seems to help. My toes and legs feel weak and tingling like pins and needles. I went to a Neurosurgeon and he ordered a MRI on the brain and lumbar...nothing. ... (3 replies)
... I can still cross roads and function normally, though I tend to turn my whole torso these days, its just easier. I cant see my toes though and I have to bend from the waist to acheive this! ... (161 replies)
Help - please
Sep 11, 2009
... y face which is there throughout the day and wakes me up at night. I am dropping stuff all the time. There is joint pain and stiffness in my knees, ankles, feet, toes and fingers. I can't think of words or they come out a jumbled toghether. ... (9 replies)
... numbness and tingling in my arms and legs from the fingers to upper arms and toes to above the knees. ... (5 replies)
... I found some of the doctors also would say that the sensations could not be neck related. I went to one doctor once when my whole side of my face was numb, with tingling chin, jaw and tongue, and I said to him that I'd been sitting at a computer for a week and could hardly turn my neck. ... (2 replies)


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