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Apply Zovirax as soon as you feel a tingling and you may abort the cold sore.
The study could lead to a greater understanding of the causes of the tingling sensations experienced by many chronic pain patients.
Consequently, Tingling noted, "a person [who] is unable to buy a drink larger than 16 oz.
Arthritis may cause swelling or inflammation that may irritate or place pressure on nerves in the wrist and hand and cause sensations of pain, numbness, or tingling.
Peripheral neuropathy typically causes numbness and tingling in the feet, often with pain.
Dumbacher asked New Guinea villagers to suggest insects or plants that cause tingling or numbing.
I was having breakfast with my daughter five years ago when I felt a tingling in my fingertips and toes that progressed up my arms and legs.
For others, numbness, tingling, or pain in the feet is often the first sign.
A 50-year-old woman complained of an intermittent tingling in the back of her head that had occurred four or five times during the previous 6 months.
The tingling began at the base of my spine, worked up through my neck, prickled over my scalp, and then my eyes began to bum; there is no explanation for my strong physical reaction to this painting, other than the ability great art has to stir recognition of those moments when we come face to face most intensely with who we are, our being.