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61 Possible Causes for Bilirubin Increased, Tingling Fingers, Feet and Toes

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  • Polycythemia Vera

    The symptoms are burning pain in the feet, hands, toes and fingers, sometimes associated with pallor, erythema, or cyanosis. Occasionally, it progresses to gangrene.[] When present, common symptoms include; Red/purple color, feeding problems, headaches, trouble breathing, dizziness, itchiness, and weakness/tingling of hands and feet.[] […] warm bath or shower Headache Dizziness Bleeding or bruising, usually minor Weakness Fatigue Blurred vision Excessive sweating Painful swelling of one joint, often the big toe[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    While skin paleness shows that there’s a drop in the levels of functional RBCs, the yellowness can be attributed to the increased levels of bilirubin – which is the same compound[] Tingling or Numbness in Limbs B12 deficiency can also cause your limbs (fingers, toes, hands, feet, or legs) to tingle and feel numb.[] We report SCD occurring in a 57-year-old man who presented with a 2.5-month history of gradually progressing tingling in the fingers and toes and neck ache.[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency Anemia

    This occurs due to excess bilirubin that is circulating in the blood stream. This excess bilirubin is the increased breakdown of hemoglobin (Bruyere, 2009).[] Tingling or Numbness in Limbs B12 deficiency can also cause your limbs (fingers, toes, hands, feet, or legs) to tingle and feel numb.[] As the anemia becomes worse, symptoms may include weakness, fatigue, diarrhea or constipation, numbness or tingling in the fingers and toes, poor sense of balance, thinking[]

  • Vitamin B Deficiency

    […] in hands tingling fingers and toes rashes crying spells, inability to cope soreness all over and so much more.[] Leukopenia, thrombocytopenia, increased lactic acid dehydrogenase and increased bilirubin all reflect ineffective hematopoiesis.[] Once again, B1 vitamin benefits include prevention of abnormal development of muscles and nerves, pricking and burning sensation in the toes and feet, leg cramps and atrophy[]

  • Pernicious Anemia

    Biochemistry There may be an increase in plasma unconjugated bilirubin due to increased destruction of red cell precursors in the marrow.[] Pins and needles sensations or numbness in fingers or toes Jaundice due to impaired formation of blood cells Glossitis (swollen red tongue) due to B 12 deficiency May present[] A person with a B-12 deficiency may notice tingling in their fingers and toes and problems with balance.[]

  • Autonomic Neuropathy

    In addition, our results suggest that the putative increased CAN risk associated with anemia might be mediated by a correlated decrease in serum bilirubin levels.[] , and toes).[] In CTS, the median nerve becomes compressed where it passes through this tunnel, which may cause tingling, pain or numbness in the fingers.[]

  • Psoriasis

    Patients with liver function test increases had no concurrent changes in bilirubin.[] Standing radiographs of the feet are normal without deformity of the lesser toes. A clinical photo of his fingernails are shown in Figure B.[] MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PSORIASIS itch noun scratching; tingling Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.[]

  • Reynold Syndrome

    It can cause numbness and tingling in fingers and toes, making them turn white, blue and then red.[] Arterial waveforms will be obtained and a blood pressure will be taken on every finger/toe on both hands/feet.[] […] and pain in the fingers and toes.[]

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Long term continuous use of metronidazole can lead to peripheral neuropathy - tingling and numbness in feet .[] (GGT), or total bilirubin.[] During hospitalization she noticed blurring of vision in the left eye with diffuse blackish discoloration of the feet and toes, consistent with small-vessel vasculitis.[]

  • Onychomycosis

    These subjects with increased liver function test values had bilirubin levels within the normal range during participation in the study and showed no clinical manifestations[] The infection was characterized by a brown-black pigmentation of the nail plates and subungual hyperkeratosis of the first three toes of both feet.[] Paresthesia (a sensation of pricking, tingling, or creeping on the skin having no objective cause and usually associated with injury or irritation of a nerve), pain, discomfort[]

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