It's just an odd fluttering sensation in the arm, leg, or neck, etc. Not painful, and it seems like the only explanation it that some unusual is happening with the vein valve. Is this normal, or should i be concerned? What you're describing sounds like muscle fasciculations brief episodes of twitching.
There are a number of things that can cause fasciculations, including fatigue, smoking, caffeine intake, certain drugs anticholinesterases, lithiumelectrolyte imbalance low potassium, low magnesium, and low sodiumand disorders of the thyroid gland. There are also less common but more serious causes including a few types of neuromuscular diseases. Try to reduce your caffeine intake, take a daily multivitamin, and increase your intake of fruit and vegetables green vegetables for magnesium; cantaloupe, bananas, or watermelon for potassium.
If the twitches continue you should see your physician who may want to do some lab work and an imaging test. July 15, Question Asked by brau You should know: The answer above provides general health information that is not intended to replace medical advice or treatment recommendations from a qualified healthcare professional.Guest over a year ago.
Couldn't find what you looking for? Guest over a year ago Hi Guys, I know this may have been covered intesively, but I've read others on similar topics as mine, but not really the same as what im going through. First of all, this "feeling" in my testicle or around there is like an uncomfortable feeling. It's a feeling which I cannot describe honestly, but its not painful, there is no lumps, and even if i touch my testicles for e.
It does not hurt, but it soughta feels like maybe a vein is the causing the weird feeling. I've examined my testicle area, and I think that it may be a vein, cause when i soughta lightly touch it, i tend to find that part that may be causing that weird feeling. Im not sure. But even if it is or isn't the vein, what could have caused this? I have mastarbated a few times that week, and nothing else. It has been a 1 week and half and the feeling is still there, I am going to see the doctors tomorrow.
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I think its best to get an xray to see what underlies this feeling Sometimes the feeling goes away when i walk around, or when i lay down, but it seems to be there always. What possible reason could this all of a sudden have an affect on me?
How can something like this just come out of nowhere, there must of been a reaction as to why this may have happened. Much appreciated and Thanks.3 Types of Chest Pain That Wont Kill You
Guest over a year ago Hi I felt almost the same thing that started yesterday. It feels like an obsticle in a vein that cause pulsating "swooches". I am a bit concerned if it might be developing into something serious. I'm thinking of going to a doctor if it get's worse. I suggest you do too.
Take care. Guest over a year ago hi guys, just a followup from my post, i went to 2 different doctors my family doctor wasn't available due to our holidaysand they both didn't think anything serious and advised to do a ultrasound.
Anyways, I did an ultra sound and the specialist looked at it, and didn't find anything obvious, and in the report i gave to my family doctor just stated that my left vein that is connected to my testicle is a bit bigger then the right one and no signs of danger. Docotor told me to take it easy and thinks it is probably due to stress and also that because i carry some heavy things work related and might have caused the problems.
Anyways, so far so good, and I hope all you have similar issues haves yours checked out as well. I have a pain thats below my testicles both on the things prolly that connect them to what ever the hell they are connected to. I dont have any bump on the testies. This pain has been off and on for about.
Such a great country. Guest over a year ago I too am having a similar problem. It seems to be primarily on my right testicle. It's a small discomfort, not pain which doesnt seem to be affected if i touch it. I've been checking for abnormalies and from what i can tell everything is normal, ie no lumps or soreness.Normally, veins return blood from the rest of your body to your heart, so the blood can be recirculated. To return blood to your heart, the veins in your legs must work against gravity.
Varicose veins may be caused by weakened valves incompetent valves within the veins that allow blood to pool in your veins instead of traveling to your heart. Spider veins appear as thin, red lines or as weblike networks of blood vessels on the surface of the skin. Spider veins, a mild form of varicose veins, typically appear on the legs and feet.
Varicose veins are twisted, enlarged veins. Any superficial vein may become varicosed, but the veins most commonly affected are those in your legs. That's because standing and walking upright increases the pressure in the veins of your lower body. For many people, varicose veins and spider veins — a common, mild variation of varicose veins — are simply a cosmetic concern.
For other people, varicose veins can cause aching pain and discomfort. Sometimes varicose veins lead to more-serious problems. Spider veins are similar to varicose veins, but they're smaller.
Spider veins are found closer to the skin's surface and are often red or blue. Spider veins occur on the legs, but can also be found on the face. They vary in size and often look like a spider's web. Self-care — such as exercise, elevating your legs or wearing compression stockings — can help you ease the pain of varicose veins and may prevent them from getting worse.
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But if you're concerned about how your veins look and feel and self-care measures haven't stopped your condition from getting worse, see your doctor. Weak or damaged valves can lead to varicose veins. Arteries carry blood from your heart to the rest of your tissues, and veins return blood from the rest of your body to your heart, so the blood can be recirculated. Muscle contractions in your lower legs act as pumps, and elastic vein walls help blood return to your heart.
Tiny valves in your veins open as blood flows toward your heart then close to stop blood from flowing backward. If these valves are weak or damaged, blood can flow backward and pool in the vein, causing the veins to stretch or twist.
There's no way to completely prevent varicose veins. But improving your circulation and muscle tone may reduce your risk of developing varicose veins or getting additional ones. The same measures you can take to treat the discomfort from varicose veins at home can help prevent varicose veins, including:. Varicose veins care at Mayo Clinic. Mayo Clinic does not endorse companies or products.
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Warm Sensations throughout body SoSweetDell. It feels like someone has injected me with hot water or something very not; like its running through my veins. It usually happens at night, when I am asleep; actually that is what wakes me up. I always check my skin when its happening to look for bumps or hives, but nothing. No itching either. It last for about 5 minutes, and during that time, I feel like I am about to pass out; at times even my heart starts to race.
Now it has been happening off and on during the day; the "hot sensation", the lightheadedness, then palpitations. The majority of the time, its just the sensation and the lightheadedness. This is really beginning to scare me, because I don't like to be alone when this is going on, and it last about minutes.
Please help. Read 8 Responses. Follow - 0. Kevin Pho, MD. Thyroid dysfunction can lead to hot or cold sensations, as well as palpitations. This should be checked with a blood test. If negative, further evaluation of the heart can be done with an echocardiogram and Holter monitor.
Neurologic diseases can also lead to the feeling of passing out. These options can be discussed with your personal physician. Followup with your personal physician is essential.Four blood vessels in the neck carry oxygen and nutrients to the brain -- the right and left carotid arteries and the right and left vertebral arteries.
The carotids are much larger than the vertebrals and nourish a correspondingly larger portion of the brain 2. Narrowing of these vessels by atherosclerosis may cause a stroke, which is a medical emergency. If you or a companion experiences stroke symptoms, call for immediate care at a hospital. Complete clogging of the carotid arteries is uncommon.
A sudden and complete blockage of the right or left carotid causes a massive stroke of the brain on the same side, often rapidly fatal. Such a stroke causes complete paralysis of one side of the body and face 3. This paralysis is usually permanent among survivors. Emergency treatment at a stroke center may improve survival and decrease long-term disability. The carotids are more commonly partially clogged by atherosclerosis, causing a buildup of fatty substances.
The larger the deposits and the greater the narrowing of the artery, the greater the risk of stroke. Small pieces of the clog may break off and travel to parts of the brain by branches of the carotid artery 2. The blood supply is stopped wherever the debris becomes lodged, causing brain cell death in that area. Symptoms depend upon the affected part of the brain and may include confusion; weakness or numbness in an arm or leg, or both; drooping of the face; difficulty in forming words; severe headache; and changes in vision.
The right and left vertebral arteries run along the spinal column and join together inside the skull to supply the rear and underside of the brain 2. The vertebrals may be narrowed by atherosclerosis, causing symptoms of partial vision loss, double vision, dizziness, clumsiness, nausea, numbness of parts of the face, difficulty in speaking, or weakness, particularly of the leg. Disease in the vertebral artery system is responsible for approximately 20 percent of strokes.
Such a stroke causes complete paralysis of one side of the body and face. Richard Patterson is a retired surgeon and chief medical officer with special interest and experience in gastrointestinal, breast, cancer and trauma surgery. He is the author or co-author of 17 scientific publications, including textbook chapters. Monitor the health of your community here. More Articles. Diseases and Injuries. Written by Dr.
Richard Patterson. If you are experiencing serious medical symptoms, seek emergency treatment immediately. About the Author.Hi This is a strange one.
It started about a year ago when I go to bed. It feels like I can feel the blood running through my veins. Its a horrible feeling, not painful, just scary. Recently it has been getting worse. I feel it through the day, not just in bed.
Plus it sometimes feels as though I have something living under my skin and is kicking! I mentioned it to the doctor recently and he said "thats strange". That was it!
It could be described as a fluttering or bubbling feeling.
I worry because I have a varicose vein in this leg and I retain water. Instinct tells me it is something to do with my circulation but I worry that it may be a warning sign of DVT and as I fly at least 4 times a year, I am worried.
Has anyone suffered anything similar? Discussions By Condition: I cannot get a diagnosis. Fluttering and bubbling feeling in leg.
Posted In: I cannot get a diagnosis. Don't listen to Blaze, she says lyme to every poster here! I am not sure what it is, but may be worth further invesigation I might wonder about blood clots Or have high blood pressure?Forums New posts Search forums.
TinafromNY Member. Hi All, I'm new here. I've been to doctors, had all the tests and have Fibro, which has been getting worse over the years. I wonder if anyone else gets this I have strange feelings in my lower legs especially and my feet. I get it a lot, but sometimes they feel fine. Lately it's also giving me some pain on and off in my toes too, which I never had. This pain isn't constant. It's also a strange feeling, I don't even know how to describe it, maybe tingly or "crawly" or even numbish slightly.
I have always gotten severe cramps on and off in my legs below knee and feet.
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