Why Do We Get Pins and Needles in Fingertips?

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If you also experience one or some of the following symptoms, call your GP /doctor promptly:

  1. Poor strength /weakness.
  2. Pins and needles that also followed with back, head, or neck injury.
  3. Decreased vision.
  4. Dizziness, difficulty walking, or even paralysis.
  5. You also experience slurred speech.
  6. Loss ability to control your bladder or bowel.
  7. Or confusion.

In addition, it’s important for your doctor to find the underline cause of your persistent paraesthesia. Because the treatment plan is dependent on this!

For instance, if the cause is the existence of prediabetes – you need to deeply concern to the level of your blood sugar!

Several tests may be required since there are many conditions that can factor into this symptom!


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