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Topic Title: tingling in middle back
Created On: 03/16/2003 09:14 AM
 02/24/2012 04:53 AM

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This things should never be avoided...and doctors must give proper instruction on this issue!!!
 02/21/2012 03:19 AM

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[size=font-family: Arial, Helvetica; font-size: 12px; text-align: left;] For the last year I too have been experiencing a tingling sensation in the middle of my back. At first I thought nothing of it. But then it became frequent where I no longer could ignore it. I am worried what to do ..? [br] [/size]
 04/20/2006 03:46 AM

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I am 33 years old and also have the tingling sensation in my upper back on the left side only. It started about 2 years ago right after giving birth to my son. It comes and goes. It actually went away for about a year. the weird thing is, I was on paxil for that year and just went off of it a few months ago and now the tingling is back. I asked the dr about it and he didnt seem too worried about it. I of course freak out about MS. When it first started I was blaming the tag from my bra strap. But I dont think thats causing it. The only way I can describe it is it feels like a spider is crawling around in this one area. I feel for all of you who are also experiencing this. Does anyone have any answers for me on what this could be.
 02/23/2006 12:05 AM

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I can't believe how many of you are having this same problem as mine-tingling in middle back. Mine started 4 months ago. I had a back X-Ray and was diagnosed with a mild bone spur, but was told nothing can be done at this time. I am very frustrated because it's a constant sensation...no pain...just very uncomfortable. I hope there is a cure for it soon. I sympathyze with you all.
 12/17/2005 05:43 PM

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I am only 21 years old, and for about one month now, almost every time i move my back I get a tingling sensation on both my left and right sides around my middle back. Any ideas on what this might be??
 04/25/2005 05:59 PM

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Hi. I have been have back tingling for about 4 1/2 years. It started when I was pregnant and my OBGYN said it was a pinched nerve. Since then it comes and goes. It is on the right side of my back about half way down. But its only about the size of a half dollar. ITs wierd and annoying! I was reading about MS....now I am completely freaked out!. I have a DR appointment on Thursday so I am going to see what the Dr says.
 03/08/2005 11:15 PM

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ps my chiropractor seems to think that it is a herniated tenticle that sticks out from the vertebre and I went to appt and it was better for awhile now its back
 03/08/2005 11:12 PM

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i am having the same tingling. I am a smoker too and wondered if it was a sign of possible lung cancer. I have had it off and on for 3 years. if anyone can help please let us know
 02/25/2005 07:11 PM

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I have been having a tingling sensation in my middle back. It comes and goes and I have had it for about 3 months. Any thoughts on this?
 11/01/2004 02:03 PM

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I have a tingling in my right back below my shoulder blade, I am a smoker, and thought that it is lung related, as i just recently started to feel the effects of years of "Javascript:showCondition('body1', 137);">smoking/a>, and increased "Javascript:showCondition('body1', 137);">smoking/a> habit. Harder to breathe, etc. I feel it right now as a matter of fact as i type this. It is annoying to say the least. If anyone has had an answer i am interested in hearing. Me
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