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pins and needles

Is it common to have pins and needles only in your feet and lower leg i have this going on just now along with the muscles twitching which has been ongoing constantly for the past 2 months calling my neuro tonight to see whats going on. Does this happen with anybody else.
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I have the same problem. I have experienced in my arms as well but it occurs mostly in my lower legs and feet. I think it's pretty common in MS and other diseases. It's pretty annoying.
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Mine started in my feet and lower legs and now it's in my arms and hands as well. SB is right...it's very annoying. I for one, am sick of it!
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Thanks for your feedback, still going through the diagnostics at the moment.So far had an mri which showed a number of white matter lesions now after speaking to my neuro tonight he is arranging some further tests   Electrical ? dont know what that means and has changed the medication for the tremors and pins and needles so i will see how that goes. I will keep you posted as to how things are  going . Thanks again guys dont know what i would do without you all you always answer my questions.
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I get constant pins and needles in my leg and foot i am 28 and am woried as to why?
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