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Should I Mention This To My Doctor?

By October 11, 2012 - 7:51am
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Hi, Awhile ago I was having tingling, burning and numbing sensations throughout my body due to a bug bite but I'm all better from that. Recently some nights when I'm laying down only when I'm laying down I realized that I get some tingling sensations. I can't understand why. I had different tests done and told me they all normal but I still have such tingling sensations. I want to know if I mention this to my doctor what more do you think he will do? He gave me clonazepam awhile ago but I didn't take it because the time he gave it to me I was feeling all better. I want to take it but I don't know why I'm afraid to. Any suggestions and help please let me know soon.

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Thanks for your reply. I get these tingling sensations in my legs, toes, side of my face, my arms and lower back. Since I feel these tingling sensations in these areas do you think it's something bad? Since your giving me such answer I'm going to mention all this to my doctor tomorrow.

Thank You,

October 11, 2012 - 7:39pm
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Hi Melissa

Where are these tingling sensations? In your limbs or in fingers and toes?On the face?

You may be having an allergic reaction to something or it may be nothing at all - you need to talk to your doctor about it. Once you give him all your symptoms (if you choose to see a doctor) then he can take it from there.



October 11, 2012 - 12:17pm
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