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Hi everyone,

Here's my story: For awhile, I've been experiencing some on and off tingling in the arms and legs. At night, I wake up with an arm, leg or both numb. When I move it around some and change position, it gets better. But this happens every night. I got an MRI (or maybe it was an MRA) because I feared MS and found out I have a 'questionable small 2mm (unruptured) aneurysm near the left MCA bifurcation.' The doc does NOT seem to think the numbness and tingling is caused by the annie. In addition to seeing a neurosurgeon in a week for the annie, he wants me to see a neurologist for the nighttime numbness.

What on earth could this be? I was thinking Restless Legs Syndrome but it doesn't completely fit with RLS symptoms. I mean, if it's not dangerous I can live with it. I just don't want to have some life threatening condition and not know.

Any ideas? Possibilities? Clues? I am 29 years old, a mother of two. I am of thin to average body weight, low blood pressure. I work at home with a laptop on my lap. I was wondering if it could be a combination of carpal tunnel and a back issue? Or perhaps a harmless side effect of low blood pressure? I am NOT diabetic, I was diagnosed pre-diabetic a few years back but at my last two sugar checks my levels were perfectly normal.

Thanks!

Angela
[QUOTE=AngieBaby77;2847836]Hi everyone,

Here's my story: For awhile, I've been experiencing some on and off tingling in the arms and legs. At night, I wake up with an arm, leg or both numb. When I move it around some and change position, it gets better. But this happens every night. I got an MRI (or maybe it was an MRA) because I feared MS and found out I have a 'questionable small 2mm (unruptured) aneurysm near the left MCA bifurcation.' The doc does NOT seem to think the numbness and tingling is caused by the annie. In addition to seeing a neurosurgeon in a week for the annie, he wants me to see a neurologist for the nighttime numbness.

What on earth could this be? I was thinking Restless Legs Syndrome but it doesn't completely fit with RLS symptoms. I mean, if it's not dangerous I can live with it. I just don't want to have some life threatening condition and not know.

Any ideas? Possibilities? Clues? I am 29 years old, a mother of two. I am of thin to average body weight, low blood pressure. I work at home with a laptop on my lap. I was wondering if it could be a combination of carpal tunnel and a back issue? Or perhaps a harmless side effect of low blood pressure? I am NOT diabetic, I was diagnosed pre-diabetic a few years back but at my last two sugar checks my levels were perfectly normal.

Thanks!

Angela[/QUOTE]
Angie,
I don't know what it is...But the EXACT same thing is happening to me. I haven't been to the doctor because I have no insurance coverage. I've never really been sick in my life. I am quite a bit older than you, I'm 47. I know my sugar levels are fine because my husband is an insulin dependant diabetic and I check my sugars regularly.
Please keep me informed. I'll keep you in my prayers.
Blessings,
Terri





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