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What causes tingling sensation that comes and goes

About a month ago I started experiencing a light numbness/tight feeling in my finger tips. I tried to ignore it until I had a sinus infection a couple weeks ago, and then the tingling feeling was in the left side of my face. The  other night while at work the tingly/numb feeling was then in my feet, down the front of my thighs, in my fingers, and both sides of my face. I have degenerative disc disease, and have never had this issue before. It comes and goes spontaneously, and sometimes lasts for hours at a time. What could be going on? Is it time I confide in my family doctor? Thank you :)
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