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Tingling?

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3 years ago
Here recently I've been having this tingling sensation on the left side of my head. It feels like that tingling, crawly sensation when you get the cold chills. Now I'm also seeing these tiny little really bright dots floating. They both come and go but the tingling just keeps coming back. Does anyone have any idea what this could be? Or have you had it happen to you? I plan to call the dr in the morning to see what they say but I wanted to see if you other mommies (and daddies and whoever else is on here) might have an idea. I don't want to freak out for nothing but this seems like something to freak out about. Any help would be great! Thanks :)

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3 years ago
When I had high blood pressure with my first they asked me at every appointment if I was seeing spots.  I know that when I had morning sickness i would see spots and at that point my blood pressure would be elevated.  It may have something to do with that.  I don't know about the tingling though.  Definitely call and update us when you know more.  Try to take it easy tonight and take some tylenol to see if it helps you to relax.
3 years ago
Well I went to the dr today and wasn't having any tingling. She checked my blood pressure and it was fine. She didn't know what it could be so she is refurring me to a neurologist :(

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