Left side numbness

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Have anyone of you ladies experience left side numbness? Like in face and arms. Squeezing in left arm also. Just wondering

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    I do not have the numbness you described but the left arm for me feels a bit like muscle soreness. This has been going on for about 6 weeks for me amount other symptoms of perimenapausal. Ugh.  Feel better. 
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    Yes Hun I've had this a little but especially tightness or squeezing in left arm. What it's all about I don't know but sets my panic alarm off every time! Hope ur ok xxx

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    To make a long story short yes. Numbness, squeezing feeling of the arm. Finally am understanding it is anxiety. Foos luck.
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    I'm no doctor, but I think I would have it checked out to be safe.  They always tell us not to mess with things like that in the left arm/side.  It's most likely nothing but meno...but better safe than sorry!!!  Give your doc a call!

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    Yes I experience this in my left arm and the left side of my face. It's a numb, tingling feeling. Sometimes it feels like my arm goes weak. I notice it in my hands as well. Sometimes on the right side, but seems to be more on the left side.

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      I had this too. I went to the Emergency Room my blood pressure was up but its back i. And on blood pressure me

      dication . but, I have read other menopausal women talk about face tingling too. Get it checked out but mine comes and goes

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    Go to the doctor

     

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    Not in face, but definitely my left arm. Been like that for months
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