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Offline JaksMum

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Neurologist or sit and wait approach
« on: January 17, 2014, 05:01:10 AM »
I have been dealing with an anxiety relapse.

My main concern is random pins and needles in my hands and feet.

I have seen 2 doctors who have said they can't find anything worth a neurological opinion, but what do you think?

A Myotherapist said that I am carrying so much stress and anxiety in my body that it is tight all over (including tension headache) and now that I am getting treatment my nerves are freeing up which is causing pins and needles.

I can tolerate heat. I am not fatigued. I have no muscle weakness. I can put my head down with no ill effect. My balance is acceptable. My coordination is good.

I just have P and N and also twitching that seems to be resolving somewhat.

Is this common? :(
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Re: Neurologist or sit and wait approach
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2014, 05:57:00 AM »
I usually wake up with pins and needles in my hands, and sometimes I get them during the day in hands and feet too. Same problem as you, my whole body is very tense due to too much stress and anxiety.
In my opinion, nothing to worry about.

You should maybe consider taking some medicine to help with anxiety or go regularly to therapist.
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