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What Does Numbness In The Face Mean

Ho m getting tingling and getting numbness in body sometimes face I have to know that it is anxiety r something serious.

Ho m getting tingling and getting numbness in body sometimes face I have to know that it is anxiety r something serious.
Seems to vitamin b12, vit d3 and calcium deficiency also exclude thyroid profile revert me reports.
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Hi, on the 22nd i'm supposed to get an eeg and an mri because I had a seizure. I was given many rules, but I wasn't told anything about piercings because they scheduled it over the phone. Will I need to take my piercing out? And if so some of my piercing aren't healed yet so would it be okay if I put a plastic applicator in it's place. (i think it's plastic). I've seen those who work at banks have them because they're clear and the piercing aren't allowed.

Bacteria that line the inside of your nose can cause an infection. And viruses like hiv, hepatitis b or c, or tetanus from poorly sterilized equipment could get into your bloodstream. Any piercing will bleed. A septum piercing may bleed more than pierced nares. You could also form a hematoma, a swollen bruise that can become infected or disfigure your face. Nose piercing may damage a nerve and cause numbness or unbearable pain. You should not go for any random medication without prescription.
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Most of the time I had pulling like sensation in back of head ,pain ,and when I play football ,the pulling and tightness increases under the skull ,it didn't hurt but tight ness increases ,so should I continue to football or not and also when I run suddenly ,and stops I feel little jerks in back of head.

Most of the time I had pulling like sensation in back of head ,pain ,and when I play football ,the pulling and tightn...
Experiencing tingling or pins-and-needles in your head can be unsettling. These sensations can affect neighboring parts of your body, too, such as the face and neck. You might also feel numbness or burning. Most of the conditions that cause tingling in the head aren’t serious. In rare cases, head tingling can be a sign of a serious medical problem. The sinuses are a series of connected cavities behind your nose, cheeks, and forehead. Infections such as colds, flus, and sinusitis can cause the sinuses to become swollen and inflamed. Enlarged sinuses can compress nearby nerves, leading to head tingling. Head injuries could also be one of the major cause of your problem. Injuries that impact the base of the skull can damage nerves inside the brain. This can lead to symptoms such as facial paralysis, numbness, or tingling. You may need a complete examination for your scalp to identify the accurate cause and its possible treatment.
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Hi, I wanna ask that is ice cubes good for the skin? For all skin types. Can daily use or not? How to use that. Pls reply. Thanks.

Hi, I wanna ask that is ice cubes good for the skin?
For all skin types. Can daily use or not? How to use that. Pls r...
An ice cube can soothe pimples, sunburns, and skin inflammation. It will reduce redness and swelling, while numbing any pain. In a face massage, ice cubes can brighten your complexion by boosting circulation. It can even exfoliate your skin if it's made with milk and pureed fruits and veggies. Let's discuss your concern in detail so that we can provide the best medical plan.
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Sometimes I feel burning sensation on face that starts from left eye and spreads to face. This last for few seconds only. What maybe the possible cause?

Sometimes I feel burning sensation on face that starts from left eye and spreads to face. This last for few seconds o...
The skin sensation of partial numbness or "pins and needles" or a type of "burning" "tingling" or "creeping" sensation of the skin, is known as a "paresthesia" symptoms may start as a tingling (paresthesia) and change to a numbness, or there may be a combination of decreased sensation (numbness) but with heightened sensations at certain times or with stimulation. There could be various reasons for this, you may need a physical examination to determine your medical condition.
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I got hit in the face. I have peri orbital hemorrhage and had a nose bleed too. There is still dry blood in my sputum and one side of my nose has been numb for over 2 days now.

I got hit in the face. I have peri orbital hemorrhage and had a nose bleed too. There is still dry blood in my sputum...
You got hit nose bleed, there is still dry blood in sputum and one side of nose and your nose has been numb so it maybe internal injury it maybe lead other problems, let's discuss your issue for better medication plan.
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Big toe finger on both legs feeling numb from 3 days. And some time my left face and left hand both feeling numb some times.

Big toe finger on both legs feeling numb from 3 days.
And some time my left face and left hand both feeling numb some...
These are called vague symptoms and it may not be possible to find out the cause. It can be peripheral neuropathy or some spinal nerves compression issues also. If it persists for long time then take proper check up.
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Headache, fatigue, dizziness,nausea, tiredness,fainting, blackout and fainting feeling, improper balance, lack of concentration, I vision, numbness or tingling in hands and face head alor may be feel like electric, and restless leg y while lying, forgetting small things, not big, I already have depression and anxiety.

Headache, fatigue, dizziness,nausea, tiredness,fainting, blackout and fainting feeling, improper balance, lack of con...
Depression and anxiety are lifestyle diseases which needs a lifestyle solution nevetr medicines it can be cured with diet and lifestyle alone do not use medicines for this and spoil your life they cause very serious sideffects never ever told by your psychiatrists headache may be due to eye strain, sinus infections ,bp, migraine, anxiety, sleep issues, allergies, environmental toxins, vitamin deficiency mineral deficiency, stomach issues etc. You may have multiple causes involved. Headaches can be cured with lifestyle and diet changes only. Modern medicines will not work for any lifestyle disease. It puts only a band aid. Complete change of diet, lifestyle and doctor also may be needed if he is only medicating you and not educating you are never going to be cured. General advice never works because every person is different and their disease triggers are different advice needs to be individualized after proper you cannot treat what you cannot see. You do not know what you are missing unless you take a consultation with me .you have to take responsibility for your health and not your doctor find out the root cause by detailed history taking, doing the right blood testing focused on the whole patient and not on the disease or symptom and getting the right individual dietary advice along with recipes send a feedback with name and number .if you are really serious about your health and value your health. Take a consultation. If you really want a permanent fix come to me and get rid of your medications for ever if you want only a temporary fix and want to take lifelong medications and develop new diseases you can continue with your current doctor. It is your choice.
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How can I control on exudation because my body releases more exudation even without work.

How can I control on exudation because my body releases more exudation even without work.
Sweating is the natural process of the body through which it releases its toxins, but what if that natural course of action becomes deviant by becoming a disorder? Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is a disorder that is out of the ordinary and so atypical that it can even embarrass you. So, before you face some more trouble because of excessive sweating, get rid of it by trying out some of the provided home remedies below. Causes of excessive sweating various reasons that can cause your body to sweat in excess can be: excess weight hormonal fluctuations anxiety disorder depression anger diabetes heart or lung disease parkinson’s disease heart failure over-the-counter medication alcohol abuse shingles respiratory problems hyperthyroidism gout injury in the spinal cord pregnancy menopause symptoms of excessive sweating a number of signs and symptoms, which can make out that the person is suffering from hyperhidrosis, are: wet and moist palms and soles visible sweating that even drenches the clothes discoloration of the affected area maceration of the skin foot odour cracking and scaling of the skin home remedies for excessive sweating 1. Natural vinegar intake of two teaspoons of natural vinegar and one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar thrice in a day is an excellent remedy to cure the excessive sweating. Take this mixture on an empty stomach- half an hour after or before the meal. 2. Tomato juice every day drink a glass of fresh tomato juice made at home to get rid of the problem of excessive sweating. 3. Herbal tea sage tea has proven to be a great remedy to cure the troubles of excessive sweating. Brew some sage herbs in warm water and let them cool. Drink this every day as sage is rich in magnesium and vitamin b, which reduces the activities of sweat glands. This remedy is especially meant for stopping excessive sweating in the underarms. Green tea is equally effective if you do not get sage herbs easily. 4. Potato this is the easiest remedy to get rid of too much sweating. Simply cut slices of potato and rub them u. Grapes eating grapes every day can soothe out the problem of extreme sweating. It has natural antioxidants and it balances the temperature of the body. 5. Salt mix a tablespoon of salt with lime juice and massage your hands with this mix. It will decelerate the activities of sweat glands and will cure excessive sweating. Under your arms and the areas, which sweat more. Home remedies for excessive sweating 1.Natural vinegar. Intake of two teaspoons of natural vinegar and one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar thrice in a day is an excellent remedy to cure the excessive sweating. 2.Tomato juice. 3.Herbal tea. 4.Potato. 5.Corn-starch and baking soda. 6.Wheatgrass juice. 7.Tannic acid. 8.Coconut oil. Heavy sweating (also known as hyperhidrosis) is a very real and embarrassing problem, but there are some effective ways to treat it. What is hyperhidrosis? Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is a common disorder which produces a lot of unhappiness. An estimated 2-3% of people suffer from excessive sweating of the underarms (axillary hyperhidrosis) or of the palms and soles of the feet (palmoplantar hyperhidrosis). Underarm problems tend to start in late adolescence, while palm and sole sweating often begins earlier, around the age 13 (on the average). Untreated, these problems may continue throughout life. Sweating is embarrassing, it stains clothes, ruins personal contact, and complicates business and social interactions. Severe cases can have serious practical consequences as well, making it hard for people who suffer from it to hold a pen, grip a car steering wheel, or shake hands. Causes of hyperhidrosis:- although neurologic, endocrine, infectious, and other systemic diseases can sometimes cause hyperhidrosis, most cases occur in people who are otherwise healthy. Heat and emotions may trigger hyperhidrosis in some, but many who suffer from hyperhidrosis sweat nearly all their waking hours, regardless of their mood or the weather. Antiperspirants this may be the first treatment that a dermatologist recommends. It is affordable. When applied as directed, an antiperspirant can be effective. Your dermatologist may recommend a regular or clinical-strength antiperspirant. Some patients need a stronger antiperspirant and receive a prescription for one. Iontophoresis (the no-sweat machine) if excessive sweating affects your hands, feet, or both areas, this may be an option. You will use this treatment at home. It requires you to immerse your hands or feet in a shallow pan of tap water. As you do this, a medical device sends a low-voltage current through the water. Many people obtain relief. Some people dislike that this treatment can be time-consuming. Uses: hands and feet it works by the electric current shuts down the treated sweat glands temporarily. Side effects: some people develop: •dry skin •irritated skin •discomfort during treatment prescription medicine some patients receive a prescription for a medicine that temporarily prevents them from sweating. These medicines work throughout the body. However we cannot prescribe in open question answer session as a rule but you can ask in consultation. These medicines prevent the sweat glands from working. Athletes, people who work in a hot place, and anyone who lives in a warm climate should use extreme caution when using this treatment. The body may not be able to cool itself. Uses: these medicines can effectively treat sweating that involves entire body. This medicine also can be an effective treatment for post-menopausal women who sweat excessively only from their head. Side effects: the medicines that prevent the sweat glands from working can cause: •dry mouth •dry eyes •blurry vision •heart palpations (abnormal heartbeat) surgery if other treatments fail to bring relief, surgery may be considered. Surgery is permanent and carries risks. The following surgeries can stop excessive sweating: •surgically remove sweat glands •sympathectomy a dermatologist can surgically remove sweat glands from the underarms. This surgery can be performed in a dermatologist’s office. Only the area to be treated is numbed, so the patient remains awake during the surgery. A dermatologist may use one or more of the following surgical techniques to remove sweat glands from the underarms: •excision (cut out sweat glands) •liposuction (remove with suction) •curettage (scrape out) •laser surgery (vaporize) sympathectomy is another surgery used to treat hyperhidrosis. This is major surgery, which a surgeon performs in an operating room. During sympathectomy, the surgeon tries to stop the nerve signals that your body sends to the sweat glands. To do this, the surgeon will cut or destroy certain nerves. To find these nerves, the surgeon inserts a mini surgical camera into the patient’s chest just beneath the underarm. The patient’s lung must be temporarily collapsed so that the surgeon can cut or destroy nerves. Uses: •surgical removal of sweat glands is used to treat the underarms •sympathectomy is mainly used to treat the palms.
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