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Tingling Feeling And Numbness While Sleeping Tingling Feeling and Numbness while Sleeping By ccritch Latest Reply2010-07-26 22:50:38 -0500 Has anyone had tingling arms and fingers while you sleep? I like to sleep on my right side and it does not matter which way I lay on my right side, when I wave up both my arms and fingers are tingling and feel numb. Not sure what causes it. It kind of feels like when you sit on your foot and get up it is asleep and feels like pins and needles. Well welcome to my world lately. I can't explain it. Or when my daughter lays in my arms while watching a movie my arms go numb immediately, That is unsual never happened before why now. What does that mean? I don't want to hear Neropathy! Please Not Neropathy! you shuold not be to afraid of Neuropathy, I have this in my feet and take Cymbalta and it works wonders for me , ask myour doc I tend to agree with Bettymachete. By the description of your symptoms, I would tend to look toward a neurological source vs a neuropathic source. It has been my experience that when we hear hooves, it is not necessarily always horses. Because you are a diabetic, however, that may (neuropathy) be the 1st course of pursuit Continue reading >>

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    How can I stop the diarrhea caused by metformin?

    I was just diagnosed with diabetes. Last week my doctor prescribed metformin to me. I take one 500mg pill two times a day. I have been having diarrhea about 2 hours after each dose. Is this normal and will it go away? I, also, take lisinopril for blood pressure and a baby aspirin for heart protection.

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    The most common side-effects of Metformin are feeling sick, diarrhea and abdominal pain. These symptoms do not usually last long.
    If the side effects do not settle or become bothersome talk with your doctor.
    Your dose may need to be reduced to allow your body to adjust.
    Your doctor may consider switching you to an slow-release medication which may reduce diarrhea, because smaller amounts are absorbed over the day rather than hitting your system all at once.
    Make sure you take metformin just after a meal or with a snack.

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    I take slow release metformin and I still suffer from dreadful diarrhea. I am getting very depressed about this it is making me feel ill.

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Hands Going Numb When Sleeping? Heres How To Fix It

21 Exercises For Pinched Or Trapped Nerves Dont panic. I know that stroke sounds scary, and when youre surfing the net in the wee small hours trying to get to the bottom of a health issue that has just cropped up, its easy to be convinced that youve got a life threatening problem. So let me reassure you, most instances of sleep induced hand numbness are not strokes. If a minor stroke (Transient Ischemic Attack) is to blame then there will usually be other symptoms. According to a study published in the Neurology journal, around one in seven strokes occurs overnight while a patient is asleep. All strokes are caused by a disruption of the blood flow to the brain and symptoms for minor and major stroke are the same, but with a minor stroke the symptoms can last just a few minutes. These include any one or combination of the following: Sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arms, or legs, especially on one side of the body Sudden difficulty speaking or understanding conversation Sudden vision problems in one or both eyes Dizziness, loss of balance, or sudden trouble walking If your hand and/or arm are numb, without any obvious cause like sleeping in an awkward position, or if any of Continue reading >>

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    I've been diabetic for 11yrs. now; and I've been drinking coffee with cream in it since I was 14yrs. old----I'm now 48yrs. old. Lately when I have my coffee I've noticed my sugar spikes and I don't know why. I used to use milk instead of cream; now I use the Carnation Powder Creamer's. I put the equilivant of 2tsp. in my coffee; and for some reason lately my sugar's have been spiking. HELP!!!!

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    I usually use one percent skim milk in my coffee, but recently have been using 10% cream, and I should know better. I believe the cream has more fat which probably makes your blood sugar go up. My advice is to stop the creams and stick with the milk. I know it won't taste as good, but the only alternative is to stop creams altogether and drink it black. I gradually decreased the sugar and milk in my tea and now I drink it black and I enjoy it and it's less hassle making a cup of tea! I think it just takes time to get used to different tastes. Have you ever noticed that before you had to watch your sugar intake, you would eat sweets and not even notice how sweet it was? Now, if you happen to eat something sweet, it tastes twice as sweet as it used to. The same goes for cutting back on salt.....it's all in the taste.

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    I use 2 tsp of Nestle FatFree coffee-Mate powder coffee creamer. In about 8 oz of Maxwell house instant coffee. I usually have my coffee at least 1/2 hr before I eat breakfast I don't have any problems that I know of.
    What are the systems that tell you your sugar in spiking.

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Why Your Hands Or Arms Fall Asleep At Night And What To Do

Why Your Hands or Arms Fall Asleep at Night and What To Do By Jenny Hills, Medical Writer and Researcher Health Waking up but realizing that your hand or arm has fallen asleep is usually nothing more than an annoying experience. The most common reason why your hands and arms fall asleep while youre sleeping is pressure on a nerve in your arm. However, there are different reasons causing this pressure that results in one or both of your arms or hands to be numb when you wake up. Pressure on a nerve causing a limb to become numb is medically called paresthesia. Usually, the feeling comes back to your arm or hand when the pressure is released. Of course, you dont always lose complete sensation when your hands or arms fall asleep. You can sometimes have pins and needles, a tingling sensation, itching, or even burning in the hand or arm that falls asleep. Although paresthesia is a harmless condition, some people regularly lose feeling in their hands or arms. This can be a sign of nerve damage in the affected limb or symptom of another medical condition. If you find that your hand or arm doesnt wake up or you frequently experience numbness in your hands or arms, you should have a doctor Continue reading >>

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    I'm brand new to the board. I have been on Metformin for 3 months now. I still have yet to have a period. How long does it take Metformin to do anything? I have PCOS and am only taking metformin at this point. My doctor told me to be on this for 6 months. I was on birth control for about a year, went off, had a period for 2 months, then started trying to get pregnant..no period since. I have been taking METFormin for 3 months, and i'm just really sad and wondering when it will show any signs of working. I really could use some advice.
    thank you so much, cysters.
    Lcj

  2. shesaidboom

    I'm so glad you asked this. I have been on Metformin (1000mg a day) for three months too, and so far have not had AF. It looks like we're in the same boat! Hopefully someone can answer this for us.

  3. juliemarie4985

    When I started taking it it only took a couple months to bring a period but now im back to not having one on my own again. Irritating!!

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