Tingling in fingers cause people a lot of pain and discomfort, inability to do their favourite tasks. Understanding the causes of this problem is a huge milestone on your road to recovery. Then, what causes tingling in fingers of IgA Nephritis?
1. Electrolyte imbalances
Electrolytes continuously move across cell membranes to keep a balance
between the cells and blood. Tingling in fingers may appear in case of
disordered electrolytes as below.
▪ High potassium. A person with too much potassium in the blood, he has
hyperkalemia, which can result in tingling in the fingers. Other symptoms of
high potassium include irregular heartbeat, weakness, breath problems, nausea
and vomiting, etc.
▪ High phosphorus. Elevated levels of phosphate, an electrolyte that helps
regulate the calcium levels and acid-base balance, may also result in fingers
tingling. Other potential sings are muscle spasms and seizures.
▪ Low calcium. This can lead to tingling in the hands, feet and fingers,
confusion, muscle spasms and cardiac arrest.
Besides, low sodium and low magnesium can also cause this symptom.
2. Iron-Deficiency Anemia
Adequate levels of hemoglobin concentrations can guarantee the effective
transportation of oxygen through the blood. An iron plays an essential role in
the production of hemoglobin by the body. Long-term diet in iron level may cause
poor oxygen transportation, resulting in more generalized tingling.
3. Other medical conditions and diseases.
Numbness and tingling sensations at night or at times during the day may
occur due to poor circulation in hands and feet caused by Diabetes, high blood
pressure, hear diseases and peripheral vascular disease, etc.
Again, only we can exactly pinpoint the cause for your tingling in fingers,
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