I am a 47 yr old female in excellent health. For over a year I have been experiencing constant tingling in my hands and feet. It started mild in my left hand, shortly after moved also to my left foot, then to right hand and foot. It has gotton worse, especially on my left side, and at times will travel up both arms and legs to the elbow/knee.
I started with seeing my GP who ran various tests, which all came back normal.
She checked for thyroid, lupus, vitamin defiency, and other known problems which can cause my symtoms.
She then referred me to a Neurologist who did an exam. All muscle strength normal. Did MRI on c-spine and head. No pinch, pressure, tumor or MS. All looked normal.
I have been to a Chiropractor & Kinesiologist with no relief.
In the past 2 months it had worsened and I am concerned with the possibility of permanent nerve damage.
Anything I have missed??? Please help!!
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