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Re: [IP] tingling foot
I have the same problem when I
sit with my legs crossed, or on wood stools. My doctor told me that this
was okay, that my leg was just "Falling Asleep". Basically, by crossing your
legs, you reduce the flow of blood and slightly compressed the nerves - causing
you leg to fall asleep. ( an uncomfortable, tingling sensation) To
make this feeling go away, just get up and walk to re-establish the circulation.
As with anything though, if it really worries you , or you feel the symptoms
are stronger and more frequent than you would consider normal, call your doctor
and ask if he needs to see you. Good Luck
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, March 26, 1999 11:55
Subject: [IP] tingling foot
last night i went to the movies, and after
having my legs crossed through most of the show, my left foot "fell
asleep". i had that pins and needles feeling, but usually it goes away.
for some reason it's still there, and i'm worried. does anybody have any
idea what could be causing it or what i should do? thanks.
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