Having symptoms for 1 week, can it be a neurological disorder?(age 15)

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First of all, i have health anxiety. This quarentine messed up my mental health, but this time im not really sure if i have something or not. around a week ago, i removed my wisdom teeth, and I had a not too serious complication that led me to a very anxious state. i dont know if this was caused by anxiety, but my right hand started to feel paresthetic. at that point, I wasnt caring so much. two days ago, i started to be VERY anxious about it, and started to make some maneuveurs in my hand to try to discover what i could have. my thumb muscle started to feel painful and then, suddenly, my right forefoot next to the fingers had a numbness sensation (it feels like if someone have put a object inside my forefoot) and I felt a discomfort just below the knee. since a few days ago, walking seems strange and the movement of my toes is also strange. the numbness varies during the day, and in some positions it is less. my hand is no longer paresthetic, but my thumb is still a little sore. Since yesterday i am having twitches all over my body, but mainly in my right leg and foot. i think it may be caused by excessive use of my muscles, since i am lifting my leg/toes much more now (because of my fear of really losing control over them.). the twicthing occur a bit after forcing leg/foot muscles, when i am on rest. also my left leg looks stronger than the other(i am right handed) but it is that way for at least 10 months. should i worry or could this be just anxiety? thank you very much for reading this and any answer is appreciated.

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