Causes Of Numbness In Calves?
I don’t feel the skin on my right calf when I pinch it as hard as I can,rnAnd it spreads to the top,rnWhat kind of disease is that?
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The presence of numbness or known as numbness can be caused by quite a variety of conditions. Ranging from mild causes to causes that are quite serious. Some things to consider that are the cause of your condition are as follows:
Injury to the calf, resulting in injury to the nerves The presence of diabetes. This diabetes can cause disturbances in blood flow where one of the symptoms caused is a feeling of numbness which generally begins with symptoms of tingling. There is an infection of the skin that can irritate the nerves, namely in leprosy or leprosy conditions. There is a deficiency of certain types of vitamins and minerals, for example, in a deficiency or deficiency of vitamin B12. Inflammation of the blood vessels or known as vasculitis. Guillan Baire's Syndrome Peripheral Neuropathy. To find out the most likely cause of your current condition and complaints, an immediate examination by a neurologist is needed. It is necessary to assess the sensitivity of your nerves and if necessary further additional examinations such as blood tests, MRI or other examinations are needed to determine the most likely cause of your complaint. Thus, appropriate and optimal handling can be carried out.
That's all I can say, hopefully useful.
Regards, dr. Tiwi