I have been having pins and needle sensations in the middle of my back. This has been going on for the past 24 hours. It comes and goes. I am not having any pain. I just thought it was weird that I would get pins and needles there.
The only other time I got pins and needles in a strange place was on my left knee about two years ago. I felt like I was in a mental fog. The doctor said I was dehydrated and gave me IV for dehydration.
I have also been having a hard time concentrating at work lately.
The only other thing I can think of is I have been having symptoms of a bladder infection.
I would make an appt with your doctor to see him/her tomorrow or the next day. If it has subsided by then, cancel the appt, if it has not then keep the appt. It sounds like you just pinched a nerve, but worth getting checked out if it doesnt go away in the next day or two. good luck
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