I have broncitis right now and three days ago between coughing with what I have something went down the wrong way too and all of a sudden I starting from my lower back and going upward I felt like I had little pins or needles being stuck in me. It went away when I was able to stop coughing but now when ever I cough it happens and its in all over me now. What has happen? What caused this feeling? My doctor had never heard of it before.
i had this too just a few min ago. i to got choked on some spegetti i was eating and started coughing hard and felt the pins and needles all over my back. i thought i would google this. i have had it before while i was coughing. i havent talked to any doctor yet though. i thought that it might be a pinched nerve that i think i have in my back and maybe the violent coughing caused it to compress more.
Wow, I guess this is common. I hope it's nothing to worry about. I just got over a nasty flu and am still coughing like crazy. Tonight, I started to feel pins and needles in my hands tand arms, then into my neck every time I cough. This is the same feeling I get when say like a near car collision or some other type of adrenalin rush incident. Weird. Any experts out there that can explain this?
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