Stroke symptoms tingling

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Avatar f tn That is where you should be with odd symptoms like that. No one can tell you if it is a stroke or not until you've had the proper medical tests...I would think any kind of sudden numbness would be an emergency and possibly serious stuff like stroke or MS.
Avatar n tn my husband had a stroke last year and his right hand is numb and tingling and it is hard for him to pick things up with it. what could that be?
Avatar n tn Strokes usually present over the course of several hours and involve a plethora of neurological symptoms, like confusion, difficulty speaking, memory loss, sudden lethargy, tingling or numbness down one side of the body, and sometimes a sharp pain in the head. Should ever experience these symptoms collectively, get yourself to an ER immediately because some the damage done by a stroke can be reversed if anti-coagulants are administered within 3 - 4hrs of the clot developing.
Avatar f tn I'm just wondering if he may be the cause to the numbness or if it really could be stroke related. Any input would be greatly appreciated. I do know that I should be seeing a Dr for this but I am scared out of my skin to do just that. Please help me to ease my mind a bit.
Avatar f tn These do not appear to be symptoms of stroke as of now. Your symptom could very well be due to stress and lack of sleep. However there are other possibilities like B 12 deficiency and thyroid dysfunction which can cause peripheral neuropathy which in turn can cause symptoms like tingling numbness. I would still advice you to get a clinical exam done by your GP and let us know if you have any further questions.
Avatar n tn I am not sure if i am to ask about this in this forum but here goes, Today all day i have experiencing tingling in my left cheek and when i close my eyes my left i feel different, i am also experiencing this tingling in my left fingers and arm. I went 2 weeks ago to a neurologist for migraines (which i did get diagnosed with) and he told me to change my diet around for the migraines, this is a new problem i am experiencing. I am scared to find out what it is. Please help!
Avatar f tn Hi, first time posting. My wife has had persistent tingling in one hand that becomes weakness in her arm. Said she feels the weakness in tricep area primary. At first it was only the right arm/hand, but now appears to be effecting both arms. She does a lot of office work so I thought it could be carpeltunel(sp?). However this does not explain arm weakness. She also has hasshimotos(sp?). Could this be a factor?
2190999 tn?1504992491 I was worked up for MS in 2012 and thankfully everything was negative. My neuro doc said the cause of my symptoms was migraines with stroke like symptoms. In 2012 I had left leg weakness and foot drop, dizziness which lasted for months, lateral nystagmus, loss of balance etc.The reason I ask now is bc I still have left leg weakness and tingling on the entire left side of my body. The tingling is constant with intense waves of tingling.
Avatar f tn Has anybody experienced stroke symptoms? All day Saturday my left arm was kinda numb and tingling and the that night out of no where the tingling went up my neck to my face, my lips and tongue went numd, got hot and my heart was beating fast...laid down and it went away.
Avatar n tn On its own dizziness with bilateral hand tingling is not very suggestive of a stroke and may be more realted to blood pressure, heart causes etc.
Avatar n tn my doc put me on 100Mg of zoloft and mobic and then about an hour and a half after taking it for the first time I was in the hospital with left sided weakness, tingling, face droops, high (146 over 90) blood pressure, confusion. no stroke on ct or MRI. I stopped the medication but it happened again a week later. another MRI with contrast and still nothing. a year later and I still suffer form left sided weakness and personality changess that make me angry all the time. Nobody has any answers.
Avatar n tn Today, all the symptoms are back with the on again/off again headache along with a tingling pain down my left arm. I didn't take my high blood pressure medicine this morning. Could this be the problem or am I experiencing Stoke-like symptoms.
Avatar n tn might ? help in answering me. I have no other symptoms or problems such as dizziness, tingling, fainting, numbness, etc. and my vision is fine, however I have noted that of late it is getting worse, but no severe changes. Again, my many thanks !!!
2190999 tn?1504992491 and thankfully everything was negative. My neuro doc said the cause of my symptoms was migraines with stroke like symptoms. The reason I'm posting now is bc I still have left leg weakness, hypersensitivity and constant tingling on the entire left side of my body. I've read migraines with stroke symptoms are benign but I'm wondering if I should expect things to get better. And yes I've thought about letting my neuro doc know about this, but I'm afraid she'll want to do more testing...
Avatar n tn Hi, How are you? There are a number of causes, which can cause numbness in the arm, face and leg, but most commonly it could be due to stroke or compromised blood supply in these areas which is extremely rare to occur. Have you ever got your blood pressure checked? Any kidney problems or diabetes? Are you obese? All these answers can help me to get to a diagnosis. What you mentioned is kind of hemiparesis. Is there any weakness or inability to move voluntarily in the limbs?
Avatar m tn am very scared i might have a stroke. Last night lying in bed i felt very slight tingling. (But can raise both arms not off balance and can speak properly and no headache. (FAST stroke warnings) Last night lying in bed i felt a tingling sensation on my left side of my face. left arm and left leg. UH OH!!! The first thing popped into my mind STROKE!!! I got up walked around the house in panic mode!!!. I felt like i was going to pass out!! i kept thinking i was going to die.
1696595 tn?1306603257 Everything you said about my symptoms are correct, except for the facial tingling. The tingling is intense, especially when touched, on my scalp, not my face, but there are no "goosebumps" to go along with with even though that is what it feels like. I do have `weakness that comes and goes in my right leg, but it seems more localized to my knee. The pain in my joints are a strong, intense ache.
Avatar n tn If there are neurological symptoms persisting for more than 24 hours, it is classified as a cerebrovascular accident, or stroke. You have to be alert and followup your doctor regularly,take youe medicines control your cholesterol and blood pressure levels, as weakness of your muscles may precipitate a stoke.
Avatar f tn Googled that and it said tingling. I've been home for two days and the tingling is more like heavy/weak feeling. I tried to drive my car, and it felt like I had a HUGE pair of boots on. Couldn't sense where the pedal was. Also, it seemed like I had to think harder then normal what to do next. Like I had to conciously think "ok, watch for people, traffic and stuff" insted of it being more normal. I guess my question is do ya'll think I had a s"real" stroke?
Avatar n tn I am a 49 yr old female, who smokes, no Hypertension or diabetes, I have had all symptoms of Stroke/TIA, I had radiating pain down L arm, numbing/tingling up L side of face, profuse sweating, dizziness, I also had slight pain across jaw, no weakness though, this has happened more than one time, all of my test come out negative, is that normal for a TIA that nothing shows? I am afraid that when or if I have a stroke, that will be it since everything comes up negative.
Avatar n tn Many possibilities exist, and depend somewhat on your age, your risk factors, and the nature of your symptoms (whether or not the numbness started suddenly or gradually, whether it is a complete loss of sensation or a tingling, whether it is an objective finding on examination or it is only a feeling that you have etc) The most concerning cause of numbness on one side of the body is a stroke.
Avatar n tn My 71 year old stepfather recently suffered a major hemorragic cerebellum stroke. The doctors convinced my mother to have a tracheotomy and a feeding tube procedure. What are his chances for a normal life?
Avatar f tn You didn't say how old you are, but regardless of age, these are not normal signs and may be TIAs or transient ischemic attacks or what some people call mini strokes or stroke warnings. They can also be symptoms of other things that can involve your neurological system. If you continue to have symptoms and they get worse, please get to an ER whether you like doctors or not, as if it's a stroke, the earlier the treatment, the better the outcome.
Avatar m tn The MRI showed no signs of a stroke and no damage to the brain. The nuerologist simply said he had symptoms of a stroke but the MRI didn't conclusively show anything. He simply said they would treat it as a stroke because he didn;t have any answers as to what was really going on. Lather that night, my dad stated that the pins and needles were getting worse in his hand and feet as well as up his right arm.