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    Hi,
    This may sound strange but I have this condition in the mornings where when i get up I have bad pins and needles in both my feet. It quickly goes however once i start walking.
    Tried searching on google but to no avail.

    Any ideas?

    Cheers.
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    (Original post by Perdurabo)
    Hi,
    This may sound strange but I have this condition in the mornings where when i get up I have bad pins and needles in both my feet. It quickly goes however once i start walking.
    Tried searching on google but to no avail.

    Any ideas?

    Cheers.
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    Asper cream :confused:
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    Cheers for help so far.
    But, i always sleep 'normally' i.e. nothing resting on anything.
    Secondly, wtf is aspers cream?
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    Drink lots of water - i heard pins and needles and cramp are caused by dehydration.
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    I drink 2 litres a day!

    Oh well, this looks like a case for Hiliary Jones M.D.!
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    This may not be your case but it does sound like a circulation problem. Some people randomly stop breathing while sleeping. I think that this would cause problems with circulation. I would go see the doctor.
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    Pins and needles can be a symptom of high stress levels or anxiety...
    However, I'm inclined to agree that it's probably circulatory related.
    Hope the doc's able to help.
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    (Original post by Perdurabo)
    Cheers for help so far.
    But, i always sleep 'normally' i.e. nothing resting on anything.
    Secondly, wtf is aspers cream?
    lol i kinda read your problem wrong, its for something totally unrelated. Sorry!
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    (Original post by moncal)
    This may not be your case but it does sound like a circulation problem. Some people randomly stop breathing while sleeping. I think that this would cause problems with circulation. I would go see the doctor.
    Cheers. I checked at school; my b.p. is pretty low 117/56 and my pulse is 50 (I'm not an athlete). I'll get it checked out. Thanks and have some rep. You may just have saved my life!
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    No, wait i've given out too much in the last 24 hrs. I'll get back to you
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    If you have pins and needles in your hands and feet, separating the digits and wiggling them gets them back to normal FAS! that's the George Foreman...
 
 
 
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