If you're in your 50's --or older-- the 'lump' could be Arthritis... If a 'lump' in the neck area actually keeps you from raising your head, there is a possibility it could be Ankylosing spondylitis [see attached article on WebMD] Any history of trauma to the involved areas? I cannot think of any other generalized condition that displays this sign & symptom... Oh... One additional thought... You didn't mention signs such as purple stretch marks on your abdomen, round --or moon-- face, Diabetes, Back pain, etc... This particular problem is known as "Cushing's Disease"... See Indocrine and Metabolic Diseases Information Service URL attached... If the lump has caused a circumference of numbness around it, then it has extended into the nerve tissues of the dermis. This is not a good sign. Instead of listening to everybody's best guess on FAQ Farm, go do the doctor's immediately. Without a proper evaluation and history, one can only give you an educated guess. This needs to be seen by an experienced doctor...NOW!
what is the cause of fingers and hand numbness?
Maybe touching something to cold for to long,or not moving around,etc. Many things can cause numbness.
I have occasional twitching/numbness of left jaw - doesn't hurt - what could cause this?
Many things could cause numbness in the left second toe. It could be infection, inflammation, or trauma. If numbness persists for more than a few days, seek a physician's help.
Pressure behind the ear with numbness in and around the face could be cause by anything. It could be caused by an allergic reaction, high blood pressure, medication side effects and more. If the problem is an issue it is best to see a doctor.Ê
Yes, even in the hand nerve damage could cause numbness. When nerves get damaged, they die, thus leaving no feeling in the part of body that they reside.Ê
Poor blood flow could cause numbness...try drinking water regularly, past or current drug use could cause this, or also scarred tissue due to burns or frostbite.
The numbness in your feet could be a sign of a serious medical condition. People with diabetes and fibromyalgia usually experience numbness in their feet and in their hands. Or prolapse of the discs between L4-5 can cause numbness in the feet.
1. Poor blood circulation 2. ?
lack of sleep, or a black eye.
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
People who suffer from a herniated disc can feel pain. They can also cause numbness in your legs and back.
In winter, nose numbness is very common due to the wind and cold. It's nothing to worry about and can be fixed with just going inside and getting warm.
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.
Numbness in the lower legs only could be caused by a variety of things including poor circulation and even diabetes. Going to a doctor to rule out severe problems would be ideal.
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.
Sleeping on that side for long periods of time, or a constant repition with that arm.
Depending on where the piercing is located, the person who pierced it may have hit a nerve. Go to a doctor if the numbness does not go away.
If your 4th and 5th digit are numb, the cause could be carpal tunnel. The cause of numbness could also be due to nerve damage in the connected nerves.
It depends on what is causing your numbness. If you are a person who crosses their legs frequently, you could be damaging a nerve that runs along the side of the knee. Numbness could also be a sign of vitamin deficiency, or an early indication of diabetes. You should visit your primary care doctor to see what the cause of your toe numbness is in order to prevent further nerve damage.
Numbness would not be a common side effect of Lamictal but we "never say never".
It could be poor circulation, or even early signs of carpal tunnel syndrome.