FORMICATION (PARESTHESIA) ALSO KNOWN AS:

1. BERN-HARDT SIGN
2. BERN-HARDT ROTH SIGN
3. MERALGIA
4. MERALGIA PARAESTHETIA
5. PARESTHETIC MERALGIA
6. MERALGIA PARESTHETICA
7. PARASTHENIA/PARASTENIA
8. PARESTHESIA/PARESTESIA
9. BERNHARDTS PARESTHESIA
10. BERN-HARDTS SYNDROME
11. NEURALGIA
12. BERGER PARAESTHESIA
13. NEUROPATHY
14. JACQUES-LAURENT SYNAGESIA
15. PARAESTHESIA/PARESTHESIA
16. STURGE-WEBER SYNDROM
17. CONTRIBUIR/TRADUCCION AUTOMATICA
18. HYPERESTHESIA/HYPOESTHESIA/HYPOTHESIA/HYPOAESTHESIA
19. DYSESTHESIA/PALLESTHESIA
20. PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY
21. POLYPHARMACY
22. PRURITUS
23. FUNCTIONAL NEUROLOGIC DISORDERS
24. NEUROPATHIC/NEUROGENIC PAIN
25. GUILLAIN BARRE SYNDROME
Other forms of formication and numbness on body or in body
A person may feel numbness in their legs and feet due to sitting in a position that puts too much pressure on the nerves or reduces blood flow. However, long-lasting or unexplained numbness may be a sign of an underlying medical condition.
Anyone who experiences numbness that is unexplained, persistent, frequent, painful, disabling, or accompanied by other chronic symptoms should see a doctor for a diagnosis and to discuss treatment options.
Crossing the legs for a long time may cause numbness and tingling in the legs and feet.

Postural habits that put pressure on nerves or reduce blood flow in the lower limbs are the most common cause of temporary numbness in the legs and feet. Many people say their leg has "fallen asleep," and the medical term is transient (temporary) paresthesia.
Habits that can cause the feet and legs to fall asleep include:
crossing the legs for too long
sitting or kneeling for long periods
sitting on the feet
wearing pants, socks, or shoes that are too tight
Injury
Injuries to the torso, spine, hips, legs, ankles, and feet can put pressure on nerves and cause the feet and legs to go numb.
Diabetes---Some people with diabetes develop a type of nerve damage called diabetic neuropathy. Diabetic neuropathy can cause numbness, tingling, and pain in the feet, and if severe, the legs as well.
Lower back issues and sciatica
Other types of nerve damage and diseases or poor circulation

Fibromyalgia is a chronic or long-lasting condition that causes widespread body pain, aching, and tenderness. Some people with fibromyalgia also experience numbness and tingling in the hands and feet.
Peripheral artery disease (PAD) causes the peripheral blood arteries in the legs, arms, and stomach to narrow, reducing the amount of blood they can pump and reducing blood flow. The legs are one of the most common parts of the body impacted by PAD.
Long-term numbness or a tingling feeling in the legs and feet may be due to conditions such as multiple sclerosis (MS), diabetes, peripheral artery disease, or fibromyalgia. The sensation may be felt in the whole leg, below the knee, or in different areas of the foot.(ITCHY FEELING)
Tarsal tunnel syndrome occurs when a nerve that runs down the back of the leg and along the inside of the ankle and into the foot is compressed, squeezed, or damaged

toxins and some drugs are all possible causes Consumption of psychotropic drugs (for example, LSD ).Certain medications AND Toxic action on nerves

Changes in electrolytes , such as abnormal levels of calcium, potassium or sodium in the body
ITCHY FEELING

From katrinesackett32463whitelady Info internet and articles/MEDICAL BOOKS
JULY 2019

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