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Moving Tingling Spot

I have this tingling spot, it's like smaller than a dime and it is feels like a bug on my skin and I only feel it for a second every couple seconds or so (like a beat or something) the thing is that it moves. Like it was on my inner thigh for a couple of days and then it was gone. then a couple of months later it was on my arm, again it leaves after a day or two. It goes to my stomach, my nose, my eyebrow, and it's currently on my knee. No amount of pressure or chaining of position stops it, it just goes away on it's own.
Is there something to this?
Also I don't know if this helps but I have a pinched never on my left pointer finger for about a decade now.
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These parasthesias may be related to B12 deficiency.
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