hello i have been told that i have post viral , and one of my many symptoms is an intense tingle in my groin , buttocks, thighs and feet, please please if any one else with cfs, post viral has this symptom please may you get in touch its driving me mad....
Hi I had a tingling sensation in the back of my thigh just under my butt that slowly spread down to the top of my calf that's now become a strange skin sensation ( can't describe it any other way sorry ) I've had it for 3 months now on occasion it goes away but most times it's still there. Can I ask how long you've had Post viral for? And what other symptoms you get? My symptoms now are tightness in mid to lower back and hip, in outter and inner thigh and lower leg on both legs one more than the other though, constant sore muscles between shoulder blades, on ribs, arms and chest, like the muscles have been over worked yet having done no exercise, headaches, an area on my bottom rib that feels like it's been bruised when I touch it but isn't and sporadic heel pain.
hi ya wow we sound like twins with our symptoms and i have been like this since nov last year... not constant symptoms they seam to change and go from bad to ok to good days, at the moment i have a really bad back ache every time i breath in it hurs that was fine yesterday and may be fine tomorrow, i have had bloods taken and came back fine, as for the painin your lower rib i get that and i am due an ultra sound on the area to see what it is bothering me liver, muscle ect.... iget head aches now and then not too bad really necka ches, arm aches back, legs, buttock and feet aches and i have hand aches too.. i get cold chill sensations sometimes too and tingles all over or maybe just in one footchanges its all weird.... hard one for the doctors to diagnose too alot just think your mad or just say a bad virus, whichis the thing that started all this off for me havnt beeen rigth since i got a bad virus in oct last year,,,,,
It's great to finally come across someone with very similar symptoms to mine. I have good days and bad days too but even n the good days I have pain, in my back and ribs particularly I've had blood work done 3 times now the first two came up with nothing the third one showed I was Vitamin D and B12 deficient I've been taking the vitamins for the last 3 weeks it has slightly reduced the amount of pain I feel but nothing more. I also had a CT scan of my left hip and leg due to the tingling I felt and all the nerves there were fine. I go back to my doctor in mid November for another blood test and to see where to take it from there if I'm not better. My mother caught this virus off me and she has muscle aches in all same areas you do as well as tingling in her hands and chronic muscle tightness in her buttock, lower back, neck, arms and legs she also gets a weird weak feeling in her legs in the front of her thighs that comes and goes. We've been lucky to finally find a doctor who believes we actually have something. We had another three before him who pretty much thought it was either all in our heads or just old age creeping up. Please let me know how you go with your ultrasound and I'll keep you updated one anything I find out. Hope today was a better day for you
Hi I have these symptoms.
Did anyone find out what caused their problems? I've had a clear lumbar mri and brain scan last year and my tingles continue to spread.
My dr wonders if i have cfs or fibro....i have regular blood tests as i suffer hypoparathyroidism but i'm stable with the calcium and vit d now and have been for over a yr so i can't help wondering whats going on. Drs are at a loss. My newest symptom is buttock tingles! Anyone else get this?
My chiro said i have trapped pelvic area nerves and maybe pirifornis syndrome causing csiatic type symtpoms.
Ive had weird feelings, aches pains, invisible bruises and pins and needles for 5 years now! x
The tingling you all are speaking of is what I have. It's FM - Fibromyalgia. My Dad has it too. We call it little acid bugs inside our muscles chewing away. WE were sitting around one day trying to think of how to describe the feeling because it was more than tingling. It is annoying, almost like antiseptic inside your skin. It goes away with my pain medication. In all my readings, thyroid disease and fibromyalgia are a common duo. I am hypothyroid too. My Dad is also.
i haven't, to my knowledge been tested for lyme. I discussed having the test with my endo recently and she forgot to put it on the blood form so when i call for my next results i will ask her to do one for that. I read up a lot on it and some symptoms do fit.
This week i had a neuro appt.....and discovered that a cyst is on the lumbar spine area and was missed on the mri report and by other drs. It's been nearly 8 months since that mri and i was told there was nothing wrong with me!!!! The neuro is referring me to a neurosurgeon to talk about surgery. Very worrying to me.
In the meantime, im getting a private scan of my neck done next week (the neuro, despite the cyst, refused to do an upper scan for the terrible pins and needles i have in my shoulder blade). I can't afford it but i need to know what is happening to me and how to improve my health and life.
With this last major flare, I definately fit the "flu-like" feeling of all over aches. But, I also had numbness in a couple toes, tingling in my pelvic area (too much info, but like I had sat on the toilet too long), and a numbness on my thigh (like when you are outside in the winter too long and you get that cold/numb feeling). All of it was on the same side. My Vitamin D was really low again, so I started back on the high dose a couple weeks ago. I also started Lyrica at a low dose. My back ache is definately better. The numbness and tingling is annoying, but doesn't really hurt anymore. I am curious how long it will last. My doctor thinks it will improve as my Lyrica dose increases (monthly). I have since decided that every strange symptom I have will just get thrown in the fibro bag!
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