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jenn
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The last few mornings I awake with my left arm and hand numb like I slept on it. By raising my arm and moving fingers I get normal sensation back within seconds...

This has been going on for the past few mornings upon waking, and I doubt it's the way I'm sleeping.

Today My fingers and hands feel tingly???
never had this before? what can cause this?

I been on abx for 10 months and symtoms all have been mild. Feel great today, except for this WEIRD sensation.....

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Brussels
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Very common neuro symptom. You got to keep treating. Do a search here with 'numbness'.
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Yes. I'm getting it again too. Think it could be weather related too -- humidity, storms , etc.
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yup...I have that as a neuro symptom too. Annoying!

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yes I get this and like you say I only have to move a finger slightly and the feeling soon comes rushing back. its not always the same fingers or does not make any difference how i sleep. I comes and goes for me and does not happen every morning but probably 2-3 mornings a week.
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Lemon-Lyme
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That happens to me a lot.

Sometimes I notice it by waking up in the middle of the night, and one of my hands will be numb. I have to shake it for a while, then feeling comes back. It's pretty much the same as if they went to sleep.

And the feeling doesn't always even come back completely. Like a couple of fingers (usually pinky, ring, middle) may feel a bit off for several days afterwards. I'm thinking it may be a combo of bad circulation + neurological. The same fingers thing makes me think a nerve is involved there.

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I too have this. Before I was diagnosed with lyme & babesia, I thought it was a heart issue. Now I just put up with it and know as it recedes, I'm getting better.
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I noticed it today whilst laying on a sun lounger. only dozed of for half hour and my hands were tingling and i know its not because i slept on them.
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