It could be anything from repetative movement in your job or something else you are doing, or inflammation, but this type of pain is a call to the ER to be sure you aren't having heart problems. Please go to the ER ASAP!
This is a symptom of many different things. Could be as simple as a pinched nerve, or as serious as a stroke. Because you mention the pain in the right shoulder, right below or around the shoulder blade, this could be a symptom of a herniated nucleos pulposus, (HNP) Herniated disk in your cervical vertebrae. Depending on where the numbness and tingling radiates to in your fingers, is it into your thumb and index finger or does it include the the pinky finger? Make an appointment with your doc and ask for a Cervical MRI, you may find you have a C6-C7 herniation.
could be cardiac complication such as angina pectoris and could lead to myocardial infarction you need to see your doctor he could prescribe an anticoagulant or vasodilator such as anginine
It would depend on where on your leg the tingling is. Also, is there any numbness in the same area. If the tingling and possibly numbness is on the back of your leg, anywhere from your butt, back of the thighs, behind your knee or in the calf, it could be a pinched sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve can cause pain, numbness and or tingling on the back of your leg.
Shoulder pain and numbness in the index finger could be a sign of a pinched nerve in the neck. It could also be a symptom of a herniated disc.
Shoulder pain with numbness in a finger and thumb could indicate a pinched nerve. The pinched nerve could be located in the upper back.
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There could be several medical conditions that cause numbness and tingling inside ones mouth. It can be an allergic reaction, a side effect from medicine, or canker sores. A doctor will be able to diagnose the problem.
there are different things which could cause tingling in the face, for example the tension associated with migraine can commonly cause numbness and tingling due to pressure.
Could be anything from spine or nerve damage to a GREAT indicator of a heart attack. If you have this might be time to head to an emergency room.
A lump on the shoulder blade could be indicative of many things. It could possibly be from an injury or a cyst. It is best to consult your physician.
Could be nearly anything - you need to see a doctor for a diagnosis, not ask some anonymous person on the internet.
The best way to determine if any kind of symptom is related to any kind of problem or disease is to consult a doctor. Tingling and numbness can be related to a sciatic nerve problem, but it could also mean many other problems or diseases.
One should rule out gout when a person complains of pain on big toe.
Is there any radiance or tingling coming from your arm? If so, go to your doctor asap!
Sleeping on that side for long periods of time, or a constant repition with that arm.
Could be a contusion,too tight or wrong shoes,infected nailbed, or diabetes to name a few?To learn more about how diabetes can cause numbness and tingling in your hands and feet look athttp://www.carpal-tunnel-symptoms.com
Sounds like it could be sciatica - the sciatic nerve gets compressed between discs, and sends pain, tingling or numbness down through the bum and leg on one side.
Fluid-filled red bumps that occur on the back, between the shoulder blade area, could be one of two things. They could be body acne or cysts.
Certain types of headaches can cause tingling and/or numbness in the body. This is a symptom that really needs diagnosis by a neurologist or headache specialist though, as it could also indicate another more serious problems.
This could affect your range of motion.You may also have some numbness or tingling
numbness in the feet, ankles, and toes can be caused by poor circulation in the feet and not eating enough green vegetables. Also, it is caused by Vitamin B12 deficiency or could be a pre-cursor to diabetes.
That my friend, is a textbook description for the symptoms of a mild heart attack. If you are experiencing those symptoms, get to a hospital. NOW.
Peripheral artery disease more commonly causes pain or numbness in the legs, than a tingling sensation. However it may still be worth consulting with your doctor, as this could be still be a symptom of PAD, or another condition.