Yes! When my sleep issues first started, last December, I woke up every single morning with my hands and feet doing the pins-and-needles thing. It was very strange. I asked my doctor about it, and he didn't really have much to say about it. Said he thought it might be from a vit D deficiency (he had me test, and I was low--I guess a huge portion of the population is, though, now that we all spend so much time in doors), but wasn't sure. He didn't seem very worried about it, and neither did the sleep neurologist I saw. It's gone away for the most part. Funny thing, though, about the same time that happened, I woke up one morning and noticed that there's a an area on the front side of my left leg where I no longer have any feeling. Completely numb--no sensation. That hasn't changed. My doctors took a "wait and see" approach with that, too. I have a referral to see a new neurologist, though, now that I've developed even more symptoms (vertigo, extreme clumsiness, slurred speech), so hopefully someone can figure out what's going on!
If you find out anything about the tingles, let me know, yes?
Thanks for the info! I feel better b/c I have many of the same symptoms. I am sooo clumsy...I knock over my drinks all the time and for some reason always drop cheerios on the kitchen floor and I can never find my phone. I have vertigo (mostly in the morning) and I am always having to repeat myself because I 'mumble'- slurred speech. I seem to be getting slightly blurred vision but maybe it's in my mind now that I read about MS. So I called my pulmonologist and the nurse said that he said the tingling is not related to N and go see your PCP. He didn't seem concerned. It would be annoying to see my PCP, who is not in a hospital, then have to go back to my pulmonologist for an MRI to rule out MS. Those visits are too expensive. I was worried about possible MS, but it seems like many of you have the same symptoms as me. I know I get some vertigo from venlafaxine XR.