numbness


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Synonyms for numbness

Synonyms for numbness

partial or total lack of sensation in a part of the body

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the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things generally

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When I went back this week for the results, he told me that the numbness was due to me drinking too much alcohol.
In this case, a person will begin to experience severe throbbing pain, swelling [oedema], numbness, and a rise in body temperature.
If untreated, it may result in permanent nerve damage causing constant numbness, wasting of the muscles of the hand involved in thumb movements.
Multiple sclerosis Numbness is one of the first signs that you might have MS, usually affecting the arms, legs or face.
ACHES Numbness in the feet can be down to various health issues
Kathleen began to notice less numbness and experienced no pain in her stomach.
I've had to stop during marathons to loosen my laces to relieve numbness in my feet," reports Dr.
LONG-TERM use of a popular brand of denture adhesive could cause high levels of zinc in the body linked with neurological problems such as numbness and difficulty walking, a pharmaceutical giant has said.
The syndrome traps nerves, causing pain and numbness.
People are being urged to watch out for signs of the disease including ulcers, red or white patches, numbness, lumps or swellings that refuse to go away.
A pinched nerve in your wrist can lead to pain and numbness in your hand and fingers which is called carpal tunnel syndrome.
The patient also complained of numbness in all fingers bilaterally.
More than 60% of male cyclists experience genital numbness, according to Mr Nargund, a urology consultant.
In fact, the hallmark of CTS is numbness that wakes you at night or is present when you wake in the morning.