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12 Possible Causes for Hypesthesia, Nocturnal Leg Cramp, Toe Pain

  • Peripheral Neuropathy

    Sural nerve biopsy leaves a patch of hypesthesia in the lateral aspect of the foot that is usually well tolerated.[] Peripheral Neuropathy symptoms usually start with numbness, prickling or tingling in the toes or fingers.[] Most of the time the problem starts in the fingers and toes. As it gets worse, it moves into the limbs, causing pain and loss of feeling in the feet, legs, and hands.[]

  • Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

    FDA bans quinine for nocturnal leg cramps. Drug Utilization Rev. 1995; Oct:150. 26. Moss AH, Casey P, Stocking CB, Roos RP, Brooks BR, Siegler M.[] But certain signs may be interpreted by your doctor as signs of ALS such as: Babinski's reflex, an unusual flexing of the toes that signals damaged nerve paths Diminished[] Stretching before sleep reduces the frequency and severity of nocturnal leg cramps in older adults: a randomised trial.[]

  • Ischemic Peripheral Neuropathy

    Sensory symptoms include tingling or paresthesias, increased sensation in affected areas (hypesthesia), and numbness or reduced sensation.[] Therapy may also include pain relievers, calcium channel blockers, quitting smoking, and avoiding cold temperatures and emotional upset.[] ” for nocturnal cramps.[]

  • Herniated Disc

    […] affecting your bones and joints, including: Arch, heel and toe pain Arthritis Foot and ankle problems Fractures Hand, wrist and elbow problems Hip problems Joint deterioration[] Leg Cramps and Associated Symptoms Integrative Journal of Nursing and Health Published: Mar 21, 2018 The Clinical Research Foundation is excited…[] pain that travels down to the fingers, toes and wrists numbness and weakness in the area of the body where the bulging disc is pain and numbness in the buttock and down the[]

  • Vitamin B12 Deficiency

    […] and then in the fingertips, rarely with lancinating pains.[] […] man with paresthesias and hand clumsiness after 2 exposures to N 2 O over 3 months. [18] Onset is often with a sensation of cold, numbness, or tightness in the tips of the toes[]

  • Anterior Thigh Pain

    Symptoms include pain, paresthesias, hypesthesias, or dysesthesias localized to the anterolateral hip, anterolateral thigh, and distally to the anterolateral knee 3).[] Thigh pain at night may be caused by a condition called nocturnal leg cramps. Involuntary cramping of the legs can cause severe pain and difficulty sleeping.[] […] in Feet or Toes C Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome Claudication Cancerous Bone Tumors D Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Dorsal Forefoot Pain Dorsal Toe Pain Diabetic Neuropathy[]

  • Pernicious Anemia

    […] shortness of breath (known as ‘the sighs’) Sore tongue Low grade fevers Difficulty in proprioception Difficulty concentrating and sluggish responses, brain fog Neuropathic pain[] Heartburn, nausea, diarrhea, impaired urination, weight loss Unsteady gait, clumsiness, loss of sensation in the feet Pins and needles sensations or numbness in fingers or toes[]

  • Compartment Syndrome

    The radial side of his left forearm was markedly swollen on presentation, and he suffered severe pain that worsened with ulnar flexion of the wrist; no paralysis or hypesthesia[] ) pain when flexing or pointing the big toe Treatment If compartment syndrome is suspected, patients should be directed to the emergency room.[] CONCLUSION: Nocturnal leg pain or cramps is a common symptom.[]

  • Myoclonic Jerking

    […] hypoaesthesia, sedation, balance disorder, lethargy Last Update: 2017-04-26 Usage Frequency: 1 Dutch Vaak: Duizeligheid, hypoesthesie, slapeloosheid English Common: Dizziness, Hypesthesia[] Usually the little prick of pain(like a needle) is in a finger or toe, even if it isn't that exact spot. I had this before my Keppra dose was increased.[] Nocturnal leg cramps are difficult to control and treat.[]

  • Eng-Strom Syndrome

    Nerve Palsy 1/2 develop full paralysis in 48 h Pain behind the ear may precede the paralysis by a day or two Fullness or numbness in the face is common A small number have hypesthesia[] "Differentiating nocturnal leg cramps and restless legs syndrome". Expert Review of Neurotherapeutics. 14 (7): 813–8. doi : 10.1586/14737175.2014.927734. PMID 24931546.[] , or toes due to reduced blood flow to these areas.[]

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