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36 Y/o Male, have been relatively healthy until approx 6 months ago.
For several months I have been going for tests at my local GP's, trying to get to the bottom of my sudden fatigue & what appears to be an onset of anxiety (I related it to anxiety over some Lichen Sclerosis, and a biopsy that thankfully came back negative). Nearly everything has come back negative or normal except a slightly high ESR and low Testosterone. I've been waiting for a referral to come through to see an endocrinologist, but in the meantime I have developed an odd symptom.
Over the past week, i've gone from having annoying yet harmless muscle spasms, to just plain weird permanent tingling sensations in my hands and feed, sometimes with sudden and short lived pain (like a small pin on the tip of my finger) when pressure is applied, but it is then not repeatable when pressure applied again.
I have bothered the GP quite a lot recently due to getting quite panicky about my health issues, and I don't want to jump the gun yet again. My question is as follows:
Is a strange tingling sensation in hands and feet a common symptom of low testosterone? If it's not common, I may make an appointment to see a doctor
whilst still waiting for a referral to an endocrinologist.
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