|Metformin & tingly hands||nana wilson||7/29/08 1:08 PM|
Some one a while back reported that their hands were tingly & that the
metformin was the cause. My question is :how do you tell if it is the
metformin & not neuropathy?
I have been on the max dose of metformin for years & have been experiencing
tingling in my hands for some time now, but not pain.
|Re: Metformin & tingly hands||Nicky||7/29/08 2:29 PM|
On Tue, 29 Jul 2008 16:08:39 -0400, "nana wilson" <nna...@hotmail.com>
Do you have tingling or loss of feeling in your feet, Nana? - feet
|Re: Metformin & tingly hands||nana wilson||7/29/08 5:51 PM|
No tingling at all in my feet, just hands. I thought it may be carpal
tunnel syndrome, but not sure. Dr's is in Sept. Not bad enough to make
another appointment sooner. Meds might have to be changed/adjusted <shrug>
|Re: Metformin & tingly hands||Chris Malcolm||7/30/08 5:01 AM|
Nicky <ukc802...@btconnect.com> wrote:
>>Some one a while back reported that their hands were tingly & that the
> Do you have tingling or loss of feeling in your feet, Nana? - feet
I've never had tingly feet, they just started losing sensation after
If I let my BGs go a bit high the first thing I notice is usually a
I suspect the details of the way neuropathy develops may vary a lot
|Re: Metformin & tingly hands||W. Baker||7/30/08 11:06 AM|
Chris Malcolm <c...@holyrood.ed.ac.uk> wrote:
: If I let my BGs go a bit high the first thing I notice is usually a
: I suspect the details of the way neuropathy develops may vary a lot
thi is what happpened to me after I had been ostriching for a while. It
|Re: Metformin & tingly hands||Trinkwasser||7/30/08 2:27 PM|
On Tue, 29 Jul 2008 20:51:45 -0400, "nana wilson" <nna...@hotmail.com>
>No tingling at all in my feet, just hands. I thought it may be carpal
>tunnel syndrome, but not sure. Dr's is in Sept. Not bad enough to make
There's a name from the past, how the hell are you???
Is it symmetrical? Neuropathy type things tend to be symmetrical,
Blood pressure OK? Circulation? Bulging disc? if it gets worse see the
Tingling in my hands is currently from stinging nettles, man those
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|Re: Metformin & tingly hands||Thunnus Albacarus||8/1/08 5:33 AM|
"?řř sŁ×˙" <webfi...@yahoo.ca> wrote in news:9aa4d$4892f92a$1067
> I've been asking myself the same question.
> My initial reaction to metaformin was a warm toasty feeling all over my
> Before that I'd been feeling the occasional pinprick in feet and hands.
> That would seem to be consistent with the early neuropathy idea.
> But then last Sunday I had a BLOWOUT (too much chinese food)
> and I've been paying for it ALL week!
> Specifically my feet got tingly in earnest.
> Coincidentally docteur had requested I increase metaformin dose
> so I was kinda hoping that that was the cause.
> Curiously my BG levels tested not too bad (for me) on Monday
> but by Wednesday, despite being shocked into submission
> they were back in the disaster zone 15+.
> The temptation to blame the metaformin is still there
> but realistically I'm letting the pros drive my bus for now.
> ** Posted from http://www.teranews.com **
Ah at least someone hitting the levels i am...
But i don't have any tingling nor pain in the extremeties.
Met = 1500 morn and 1500 evening, with this useless Avandement (getting