The Skin Around The Face And Scalp Feels Thick, Tingling And Numbness?
Hello, I’m a 24-year-old woman. I want to ask, why does my body skin feel thick, tingling or like numbness and when it is pinched the pain feels a little longer. Precisely when pinched it feels itchy. And the most felt it in the face and scalp. Explanation please.
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Thick numbness or often also called numbness, numbness is one of the symptoms of neuropathy. And neuropathy is a term used to describe conditions caused by abnormalities in nerve function in the body. This nerve function disorder can occur due to injury or an illness. Types of neuropathy there are several types including: Peripheral neuropathy, focal neuropathy, and autonomic neuropathy. And each type of neuropathy has different symptoms. The following are common symptoms that can occur in neuropathy conditions, for example:
Senatai tingling or a sense of tingling in the affected part
Pain and sting on the part that is disturbed
Numbness, numbness or numbness, decreased ability to feel pain
Changes in body temperature
Loss of balance or coordination
Here are articles that you can read more about: Neuropathy
These neuropathy symptoms can be caused by various factors such as:
Injury to nerves
Infection, for example a viral infection
Lack of vitamins, for example vitamin B12, folic acid
Side effects of drugs such as cancer drugs, and antibiotics
To ensure that your complaint is included in neurpatients, it requires a direct physical examination such as a neurological examination, and other additional tests if needed, for example blood tests and CT scans, EMG or electromyography to assess nerve function. Therefore, if the complaint does not improve or get worse, you should consult a neurologist for further treatment.
Numbness or facial numbness can also be a medical condition that requires immediate treatment if numbness or sense of feeling is felt on one side of the body. Conditions that can cause this for example a stroke. But strokes are usually more common in people with advanced age. See your doctor immediately at the nearest hospital if you experience the following:
Numbness or numbness on one side of the body, or one side of the face
Talk becomes pelo
Weak next to limbs
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