Types of Sensations
Abnormal sensations usually refer to nerve-type symptoms, such as:
Sometimes they are describe as:
- Crawling sensations
- Creeping sensations
- Prickling or pin-prick sensations
Peripheral Symptoms: These sensations may occur in particular regions of the body, such as:
- Finger sensations: tingling fingers, numb fingers, finger pain, etc.
- Toe sensations: tingling toes, toe numbness, toe pain, etc.
- Arm sensations: elbow sensations, elbow tingling, etc.
- Hand sensations: hand tingling, hand numbness, hand pain, etc.
- Foot sensations: tingling feet, foot numbness, foot pain, etc.
- Leg sensations: leg tingling, thigh tingling, thigh sensations, calf sensations, etc.
Other common regions for tingling sensations include:
- Skin tingling: Skin burning sensations, etc.
- Face sensations: facial tingling
- Tongue sensations: Tongue tingling, Tongue burning
Sensory Symptoms: Another type of abnormal sensation may affect any of the other senses:
- Hearing symptoms (hearing loss, tinnitus)
- Vision symptoms (vision loss; vision changes)
- Taste symptoms (abnormal tastes)
- Smell symptoms (abnormal smells)
- Sensory symptoms (all five types)
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