Nerve sensations are symptoms that are abnormal sensory effects. Typical examples include tingling, burning sensations, or numbness, which may be partial numbness or total numbness. The general term for these abnormal tingling type symptoms is “paresthesias”.
Nerve pain is also a more severe type of nerve sensation. Examples of nerve-related pain
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Causes List for Nerve sensations
Possible causes of Nerve sensations (or similar symptoms) may include:1
- AIDS (nerve pain, pain in the nerves, tingling, tingling sensation)
- AL amyloidosis (tingling, tingling feeling)
- Achondroplasia (tingling)
- Acromegaly (Paresthesia)
- Acromicric dysplasia (tingling)
- Acute Porphyrias (tingling)
- Acute compartment syndrome (tingling)
- Acute hepatic porphyria (Paresthesia)
- Acute intermittent porphyria (Paresthesia)
- Adiposis dolorosa (Paresthesia) ...
Types of nerve sensations include:
Other commonly used descriptions of such tingling sensations include:
- Crawling sensations
- Creeping sensations
- Pins-and-needles sensations
- Pin-prick sensations
- Jangling sensations
Pain-like nerve sensations include:
- Nerve pain ...
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- Source: Algorithmically Generated List
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